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Kightly to get run of games?

Mick McCarthy is hoping to give Michael Kightly a run of games in the Premier League to really prove he is Mick's greatest signing at Wolves.

The 26-year-old has really suffered with injuries in recent years and has barely featured for the side since scoring 8 goals to help us get into the Premier League.

But he has always remained a favourite and McCarthy has always dubbed him as his best ever signing, after purchasing him from non-league Grays in 2006 for just 25,000.

"What he needs now is seven, eight, nine, 10 games in the Premier League on the bounce, That then will tell us where he is.' McCarthy told the Express & Star.

He added: "Physically, he`s just like brand new. He`s completed the last two Premier League games without any problems at all. He`s been terrific."

McCarthy believes the loan spell at Watford has really helped Kites come back, focussed, fitter and better than ever.

He concluded: "Players get their 'je ne sais quoi` or spirit or their love of the game or the love of everyone else or the happiness, or whatever it is that they get back and the world is a much rosier, sunnier place."

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Date:Friday January 27 2012

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