It's a mixed bag for Wolves players riding high in the latest Actim standings.
Leading light Matt Murray drops 3 places to 13th on 531, but retains his top 'keeper status ahead of Stoke's Steve Simonsen closing in on 518 points.
Better news for Seyi George Olfofinjana who has risen to 21st place, on 493 points, closely followed by Michael McIndoe set to rise even further following his two goal haul on Sunday in 24th place on 483 points.
Gary Breen completes the Wolves top 100 roll call in 44th place on 451 points.
This years stats are indicative of the topsy turvy nature of results so far, breaking away from previous seasons with no one team seeing their players dominate the top ten positions.
The highest placings are littered with promotion contenders, but sandwiched in between players from Albion, Preston, Blues Derby and Sunderland are Darren Huckerby of Norwich (6th) and from Colchester Jamie Cureton (2nd), Chris Iwelumo (6th) and Cardiff's Michael Chopra (3rd) proving that The Championship is possibly the most competitive division we have.
Two games to go, everything to play in the most open race for promotion for many a year