Silence Is Golden
Whilst midlands rivals Birmingham and West Brom have long been lauded as promotion possibles, Wolves have quietly gone about their job, putting together a string of wins that now sees them just four points off the top of the league.
And that suits Wolves winger Michael McIndoe just fine, as he told the E&S.
"We`re not really being mentioned in terms of the play-offs at the moment and long may it continue. We don`t need the publicity and we don`t need to be talking about ourselves.' he said.
The current league position is no fluke. A strong defensive unit, only 3 teams have conceded fewer goals is now backed up by a marauding front quartet of youngsters showing real hunger to get at the opposition back line, and more importantly, score goals.
The four have been thrown together at a snip over a million pounds, but their impact has been priceless, as has the way they have instantly gelled together, as McIndoe went on to explain.
"I think the four of us are working really well at the moment,"he said, adding
"We haven`t played together at previous clubs, but it feels as though we have played together for a lifetime.
"With some players you just click and that is a great thing.'
That, it certainly is. Although Luton's defenders may not be thinking the same thing as they prepare for the visit of the
Winged Wonders on Saturday afternoon.