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Milijaš happy with Wolves

We at Vital Wolves always thought Nenad Milijaš would come good.

He is the type of luxury player, who last season perhaps we couldn't carry as we got down and dirty in the fight to stay in the division.

But has that extra bit of quality that will bring us something different to perhaps take us to the next level.

Whether that time has come yet is up for debate, but his goal against Manchester City was obviously well received and it appears to have given the Serb some confidence.

'It's important now to keep going and to keep playing like I can and, most importantly of all, for the team to get results.

'It's not important who plays, it's important that Wolves get results and stay in this division.' Nenad Milijaš told Wolves Official Website.

Perhaps in a sly dig at a certain team-mate, Nenad also said in the interview with WOW: 'I think it's silly when players say after six months or a year that they are not happy because that is not really a long time to settle in.'

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Writer:Akela
Date:Thursday November 4 2010
Time: 11:00AM

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ive always thought milijas had that bit of quality. you only have to look at his record before he came to wolves to see that. fair play to him for sticking at it and training hard because his hard work is paying off now. he can be a great player for us. Jelle Van Damme take note, stop moaning and start working!!
SmithyWolves
04/11/2010 11:29:00
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Keep it up Ned you're winning us over lad!!
BIG TASTY
04/11/2010 13:42:00
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Keep playing like you have over the past couple games and i have no doubt you will become one of the favourites... the quality has been there all along, i suppose its been a case of getting up to speed and getting enough game time ... nevrtheless, Ive always been a fan, and am over the moon to see these performances. COME ON YOU WOLVES !!
Ad Mant
04/11/2010 13:58:00
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I am surprised every time someone says they are surprised that this bloke has come good. We can all remember the joke about Bobby Robson signing 'the wrong one' from Wimbledon, and one of our own managers signing a player on the back of a scratchy VHS recording, but anyone who wants to take a look at what Milijias can be for us, despite watching him of course, might want to You Tube, as I did when we signed him, and that left boot looks as good as you could wish to see. I had the fear the season would drift away from this one and he would end up being passed on for half we had spent on him next summer, when, a couple of games after seeing him into Wolves, I predicted his value would triple within a year- time that came then went. I am glad to see Milijias in the side- I have never lost the faith in his ability but his frankness about how difficult a move it was for him and how the club have worked so hard with him to steer him towards the player he can be is lifting. Based on the last two performances I will repeat that it is surely impossible to drop this player for our next game, or the one after that when he has familiar surrounds to sail that ball around. I am delighted his dedication has paid off and yes, of course he is having a dig, and Van Damme should listen and earn himself some respect. In reality, I expect him to go back in January with his tail between his legs and his dummy in his mouth. He knew what he was doing when he signed so if he doesn't want to play I would forget all this loan talk and sell him straight back for the money we paid. It's a damn shame because I think he added to the steel and was an accomplished footballer.
New York City Wolf
05/11/2010 00:56:00
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NYC - You are probably right, but I really hope VD is able to pull it together - he's a good player, a better option at the back than anyone we have right now - a tough tackler with a great strike on him.
Ad Mant
05/11/2010 10:32:00
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In anticipation I thought the same about JVD. He was big and tough and would solve our left back problem. The friendlies soon put paid to that notion. He operates better in midfield but with Jarvis and Hunt (and Edwards and Guedioura and Jones and- dream on- Kightly) available his chances of winning a poosition in the starting line-up are slim. Perhaps, we could convert him into a centre-back? I have supported him in the past but I don't think his heart is in it any more and he is going to be liability to the team, that is, unless he listens to Milijas and truly learns from his team-mate's example. Nenad's story is really heart-warming. He will make the difference to our fortunes for the rest of the season.
Southbank60
05/11/2010 14:45:00
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