Date:Tuesday May 17 2011
Just as well Jez Moxey isn't in the dressing room before matches, with the chief executive admitting he's been terrified ahead of recent matches.
But in all honesty, who can blame him? We've all got our own little character traits. On Vital Wolves we've been discussing them amongst ourselves recently in fact.
Some of us are the eternal optimists, some of us can't help but be pessimists, but one thing's for sure, we all care and we'll all be nervously excited come game time this weekend.
'I'm cool, calm and collected. No, I'm absolutely terrified about this game, we have been worried. Certainly the Sunderland game I was really concerned. Looking for back-to-back wins, which we've not achieved this season, I thought would be tough, but to come away with a 3-1 win again just goes to show the resilience and character of our team.' Jez told Sky Sports.
He continued: 'We never say die and we often come up trumps just when we need to. If you look at some of the victories this season - against Manchester United, Chelsea, Manchester City, Liverpool - we have remarkable success and then not such great success against the teams that are in the mix with us.
'We could lose and still stay in the Premier League, but we know that it is in our grasp. We can win the game and stay in the Premier League and that is all our lads are concentrating on - one more win to achieve the objectives of this year.
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