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Wolves have a real shot at fourth spot.

Byline: With Richard Perkins of Tatter Travels

WOLVES went to Tottenham and won for the second season in a row - they were largely outplayed during the first half but were never out of the game.

That's 21 points from losing positions this season, the highest by a long way in the league - proof this team never gives up.

The game at Espanyol was the first away game in Europe Wolves had lost during this campaign. Impressive and to be fair, they were already 4-0 up from the first leg so the urgency that is usually there, just wasn't. Wolves have a real shot at finishing fourth. Chelsea are faltering. Their points total is average at best over the last 10 games, and Wolves are flying.

Can they win the Europa League? Olympiacos will be a big test but, then again, so should Tottenham have been in the Premier League.

Imagine how Wolves will be after Fosun's 10-year plan is completed!

Things are looking very good and Wolves are consistently making the football world take notice.

Wolves should not be frightened of anyone, and they aren't. The mindset has changed. No longer do fans panic if we draw a big team in the FA Cup, we see it as winnable.

Unlike the Steve Morgan days, the model seems to be invest on the pitch and not in the building work - which will pay huge dividends providing the players coming in remain the same quality as we are currently seeing.

Without sounding like a broken record week-in, week-out, well done to everyone at Wolves.

It makes a lifelong fan so proud to be seeing what we are these days and I never envisaged seeing it during my lifetime. Amazing.

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Title Annotation:Sport
Author:With Richard Perkins of Tatter Travels
Publication:Shropshire Star (Shropshire, England)
Date:Mar 7, 2020
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