Berra targets 'lesser' teams
The time has now come for Wolves to turn the positive performances into results.
The knowledgeable Wolves fan base has remained patient over the past month as we worked our way through a tough run of fixtures, we've faced Chelsea, Manchester United (twice), Manchester City and Arsenal.
Most teams would look at that run and just hope to come out the other end without too many heavy defeats.
While Wolves have come out with our head held high, we took the points against Manchester City and deserved more from the other sides.
But now as we move on to what could be an important period of the season, we have to turn those performances into results against the so-called lesser sides in the division.
'We can take comfort from our performances just lately - in none of the games were we outplayed in fact, if there was any justice, we would have picked something up from all of them.
'We didn't which is disappointing but, with no disrespect, if we continue to play like that against some of the lesser teams in the League then we soon should be moving up the table.' Christophe Berra told Wolves Official Website.
Vital Wolves Comment: It starts Saturday with Bolton at Molineux, then we move on to Blackpool away, before Sunderland come to us before the end of the month.
Six points could well be a realistic target over the next three games and that would really see us start shooting up the table.