Date:Friday April 9 2010
It is very easy to get ahead of ourselves at this late stage in the season.
We`ve had some very low points where safety didn't look likely and now at the other end of the scale we feel confident we`ll survive.
We sit 14th, Bolton, Wigan and West Ham between ourselves and Hull, Burnley and Portsmouth in the bottom 3.
With 5 games to go, even with an expected twist, even the most pessimistic of Wolves fans feel we stand a good chance of staying up.
But Wolves CEO Jez Moxey would just like us to put those celebratory cans back in the fridge as he reminds us: 'We are five points ahead of Hull City who have a game in hand.
'We only need to lose one and they win one and then the whole equilibrium will be messed up and people will start worrying again.' he told Wolves Official Website.
That said the Wolves back room have obviously already had some thoughts on how to build on the squad we currently have.
Wolves have always had a plan to build on stability and that will continue if we remain in the Premier League next season.
Jez added: 'If we were fortunate to stay in the Premier League this time round, then we would not be looking to bring in so many players but try and raise the quality and bring in a lesser number.
'That would be the plan if we are able to stay in the Premier League.'
Vital Wolves Comment: If we don't enjoy the highs what is the point in suffering the lows??
I know Jez is just playing it down right now, but I plan to enjoy it!
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Date:Friday April 9 2010
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