In an interview with talkSPORT,
‘We’ve always said it would go down to the final game,’ he said, ‘A home tie, with a win to stay in the league – I think we would have taken that.’ Moxey admitted that the Midlanders’ form against their positional rivals had been the reason for a second consecutive season of flirtation with relegation, yet he remains positive that Mick McCarthy’s resurgent team can secure the vital final-day victory that would see Wolves avoid a return to the Championship.
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Seven points from three games – the Wanderers best run of the season – has seen the Molineux men move into 16th place, this after having occupied one of the relegation places for the vast majority of the season. They could still lose and be safe yet, as both Moxey and McCarthy are quick to point out, the only permutation that matters for Wolves is that they beat Blackburn Rovers.