Date:Tuesday September 5 2006
Actim, the official stats of The Premiership and Coca Cola Leagues have confirmed what Wolves fans have known all along.
Matt Murray is the best 'keeper in the division.
Matt sits at number 14 in the overall Top 100 players stats, just being pipped to a top ten placing by one point.
Captain Jody Craddock has risen 17 places, to number 33 in the list, and is joined by fellow centre back Gary Breen at 44.
Just behind Gary in 49th place is new signing Jamie Clapham, with another of Mick McCarthy's golden revolution, Karl Henry at 58.
Not bad for a team written off by many before a ball was kicked in anger.
Congratulations gentlemen, you are doing your club proud.
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