Striker looks ahead
Wolves striker Kevin Doyle says that the players and fans have been ground down after a season of struggle in the Premier League.
The final nail could be driven into the coffin this weekend, if Terry Connor's men lose at home to title chasing Manchester City and other results go against them. Doyle, who will be a target for other clubs in the Premier League, says the players are a little calmer than they were two months ago, but won't give up the fight. The Republic of Ireland international said: "A month ago maybe everyone was a bit more angry and bitter about the situation. "It's nearly a case of 'it is what it is' and we are getting on with it, we are trying to play out the last few games with our heads held high and keep doing the right things and you never know, life does crazy things." Doyle added: "If we win four games in a row anything could happen. We want to go out dignified and keep going to the end."