Postma : Debt Of Honour
Stefan Postma's impact at Molineux has been tremendous for most of this season.
It was partly down to his keeping clean sheets that Wolvess stayedin the promotion hunt as long as they did while their forwards misfired.
And his honesty in fron of the microphone has been as big a breath of fresh air as his presence between the sticks.
He spoke to the Evening Posst ahead of Wolves penultimate game of the season.
'Everybody is very disappointed and there's a sense of frustration because we've seen the season collapse,' he said. 'We've been in the running for the entire season and then it's caved in over the last four or five games - it's gone completely pear-shaped.'
'If we could put our finger on why, then it wouldn't be happening, but you can't accept some of the losses we've had recently like Sheffield Wednesday at home.
'Now we've got Brighton, and our aim has to be to get some respect back because we've lost that a bit over the last few games. The expectations here are high, and rightly so, but we haven't produced.
'We need to put on a show and get some respect back, we've had a bad run but need to give something back to the supporters. We want to show them that we can do it, and even though we're not going up this year, that we can do it next year.
'That's something we need to do as a group of players.'
'I've been in England four years now and have played almost 30 games in half a season - twice as many as I did in the previous three-and-a-half years!
'I've enjoyed it, there's nothing like going out and playing in front of 25,000 people, but of course it's always disappointing when you lose games.
'Everyone looks at their own performance and where they could have done better but we've got to leave that behind us for now and concentrate on these last two games.'
Vital Wolves hopes tomorrow wont be the last time Stefan steps out onto Molineux as member of the Wanderers pack