Won 9, drawn 4, lost 5.
That’s the home record ahead of tomorrow’s Molineux finale and underlines that whatever the result against Fulham, it’s been another great ride.
Of course the above doesn’t even factor in those magical cup victories under the floodlights against Liverpool and Man Utd with the latter possibly being the best of the lot.
The 4-3 over Leicester also comes to mind as does the 2-1 turnaround against Chelsea that came at a pivotal moment in the season.
Roasting West Ham and Arsenal were other notable highlights with Wolves really hitting the high notes in those victories.
One final flourish tomorrow lads?
Taking 7th place would be a lovely way to finish.
If I was a Fulham fan I’d feel so disheartened by the events of the last 10 months.
They were building something under Jokanovic and for reasons unknown decided to pursue a strategy of revolution rather than evolution.
Whoever headed up their recruitment or decided it was a good idea to make such wholesale changes to such a well functioning team unit should be questioning their sanity.
Maybe it was Jokanovic and he deserved the sack? Either way, bringing Ranieri in to save the day always felt like a mistake.
I’m expecting a fire sale over the summer at Craven Cottage to balance the books so it’s anyone’s guess how they’ll be shaping up come August.
Since relegation was confirmed at Watford they’ve won all three of their subsequent Premier League matches so they’re coming in hot tomorrow.
There are talented players throughout their squad so it will be a bigger test than their league position suggests.
The away end
Some words from Fulham caretaker boss Scott Parker’s pre-match press conference:
“They brought in some good players and they have a good team. They’ve worked it really, really well this year and have had a fantastic season.
“We understand the challenge that lies ahead on Saturday, but we’re coming into this game with three wins so confidence is high and we need to carry it on.
“The weekend is another opportunity for us to go out there again and prove to a lot of people – and I include people close to us, fans and people like that who have been disappointed this season in our performances – that we can compete and we can get results in this division, and that we are good enough.
“The biggest thing is maintaining that and keeping that level that we’ve set the last three weeks. It’s been a good few weeks for us in terms of results and performances.
“Over time the performances have actually been pretty good but you get judged on results and the last three weeks results have been pretty good to be fair.
“It’s a difficult league and I hear people say the pressure’s off, but it’s a still a difficult league to win three on the bounce – the players have done extremely well.”
Player of the Season for me is Raul Jimenez and that’s based on the logic he’s been the only indispensable player. Without him I don’t see how this team would have functioned.
That said, if Jota had played the whole season up top and with the ferocity he’s shown since the turn of the year, it would have been impossible to overlook his individual greatness.
Honourable mention to Joao Moutinho who has been so good they should give him a trophy anyway.
Doherty is similarly unfortunate and for two such instrumental and consistent performers like Coady and Boly to not even be in the running says something about this team.
With two games to go it couldn’t be any closer at the top of the Prediction League table.
Both Wolvo Dave and Teddy Eley have 43 points with the former just ahead courtesy of having amassed the total with one less prediction.
Well done to Teddy, Graham from Horsham, Border Wolf, Pauluswolf, GoWolves, Ferris, DebenhamWolf, Marney and er, me for all getting a maximum against Watford with a 2-1 forecast.
As always, if you’d like to join in, simply leave your prediction in the comment section below, which is where you’ll find my best guess.
Up The Wolves!