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Three-sie Does It

Wolves wonder winger Michael Kightly believes the team could be three wins away from a place in the play offs.

And he is earmarking some of the less obvious of the remaining fixtures as being the ones he is eying most closely.

'I think, realistically, if we get three wins that will guarantee us a play-off place," he said.

"With this league you can never tell who you are going to get them against. We`ve obviously got a tough game tomorrow and our run-in is mostly against teams who still have something to play for.

"It could end up that Hull and QPR are our most difficult games. Every team in this league is a good side and you can`t take anything for granted.

No one has taken anything that has happened with a pinch of salt this season.

Results have exceeded even the most optimistic forecasts, and just to be in the play off picture is an achievement itself.

If Wolves can have any kind of say in the end of season shakedown then the new look side will have anounced its arrival in spectacular style, which can only bode well for the future.

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Writer: Stuart Smith Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday April 6 2007

Time: 9:00PM

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Looking at whats left, three wins isn't going to be as easy as it sounds. Any more "freak" results and we will be well and truly out of the play off situation. I'm still positive that the new guys can hold their nerve and put in the performances we need, but theres no room for complacency
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06/04/2007 23:22:00

Completely agree with that comment, I don't fancy much today but would be happy with 3 points out of 6 over the Easter period. Technically Southampton and Cardiff should both win today but hopefully it will be a good game today, but never expecting even a point.
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