Date:Thursday February 9 2006
Crewe have been issued witha warning. Tomasz Frankowski has them in his sights. The Polish star is champing at the bit to open his account for Wolves, and Saturdays opponents may be his first victim.
Speaking to the Evening Post Frankowski has reitterated his commitment to the Wanderers cause.
'If I am picked for the Crewe game, hopefully I will play my part and get off the mark with my first goals for the club.' he has said.
Frankoswki has so far been restricted to half chances in Old Gold and Black, and admits that he has found the transition to English football a tough one. But he doesn't feel that he has encountered anything he can't overcome.
''I had spoken to other Polish players who are in the Championship so I knew what to expect from this division before I came here,' explains Franek.
'It's quicker and more physical but I will adapt and toughen up if necessary. I was brought in to score goals, that is what I am paid to do, and goals have always been a part of my game.'
Tomasz will be off to Germany later in the year to represent Poland in the World Cup, and hopefully fire them to success. It would perhaps be forgiveable for him to have that in the forefront of his mind, but that couldn't be further from the truth.
'To be honest I'm not even thinking about the World Cup,' he said.
'All I am thinking about is doing well for Wolves because this is an important time for the club. 'We need to start winning matches quickly if we are to have a chance of being promoted.'
Goal machine he may be, but to get his name on the scoresheet, he has to be given the ball, something that didn't happen at the right time against Leicester City.
And if Wolves are to get the best out of Frankowski, that situation has to change. As he explains.
'It's not just down to me though, I need help and I need service, but if I get a good chance during a game I'm confident I can take it. The main thing for me is to perform well and help the team but the quicker I get a goal the better.'
For Wolves fans, it can't come soon enough, but Saturday afternoon would be fine Tomasz.
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