By Carl Curtis

After the performances against Shrewsbury and Hull, I really thought that Slade had lost the dressing room and was worried coming to Wolves expecting to be turned over and witness a heartless performance.

But how wrong was I.

That was not a display of a team that had given up on their manager.

It was spirited, the players worked their socks off and thoroughly deserved their win today.

Three excellent goals from Craig Noone and Joe Ralls.

Wolves looked a real threat up front with the pace and strength of the strikers and Peltier in particular was having a difficult time, though he did little wrong, our full back was done by pace.

I thought Stuart O’Keefe had an excellent game in the middle.

Joe Mason was excellent playing deeper behind Anthony Pilkington and his link up play and hold up play was immense.

Even though Noone will take the plaudits, and rightly so, for an excellent performance and two brilliant goals but Mason was man of the match for me today.

I am happy tonight and pleased for Russell Slade and after yesterday’s news of a transfer embargo it looked as though the players united in the face of adversity and I just hope we can continue that desire between now and the end of the season and see where it takes us.