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I played like a headless chicken says Henry

Karl Henry is his own harshest critic, after sustaining an eye injury, Henry compared his performance to that of a headless chicken against Bolton.

'In the first half I was happy with my game but I wasn't happy with my second half performance,' Henry said to Wolves Official Website.

During the opening stages of the second half, Henry suffered a knock to the head.

He explained: 'I got caught on the ball after I got a bang on the eye early doors and I had a little mad five minutes where I was a bit blurry and couldn't see the ball and I think I was running around like a headless chicken not really able to see the ball.'

Thankfully though he recovered and will not require any time off: 'I'm fine though but just disappointed with my second half performance.'

Vital Wolves Comment: Head up Henry, you have been one of our most consistent players this season!

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Writer: Akela Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday March 2 2010

Time: 11:00AM

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He is being a little harsh on himself, but it's still a great quote!
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