Never Mind the Width
Michael McIndoe bagged his first Wanderers goal last Saturday following his autumn move from Barnsley last year.
He was also involved in Wolves lightning break from their own corner flag that saw Andy Keogh score deep in injury time, and saved them from back to back defeats.
It was a hard fought draw, with Wolves outclassed for much of the game, but as important as their new fighting characteristics are, McIndoe believes it's the quality of Wanderers play that will see them through to the play offs at the end of the season.
'We know at this stage of the season a lot of the games are battles and it's important we try and maintain our quality and keep the ball on the ground.' he said earlier this week.
In the recent past, it's not always been evident that there was fight as well as flair in the heart of Wolverhampton Wanderers.
But perhaps that was more a reflection on certain managers than their teams.
With seven gamesleft Wolves certainly still have plenty left to play for. And McIndoe has no fears about maintaining their current momentum.
"We've got to keep pushing because we're not talking about a 10-point deficit and we've still got to play a lot of the people around us. And we will keep pushing, no doubt about that."