Date: 25th October 2012 at 9:12am
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Kevin Doyle is enjoying life back in the Championship with Wolverhampton Wanderers.

It might not have the glamour of the Premier League, we might have to wait until the middle of the night to see the highlights on the Football League show, but in this division we win more often than we lose and that’s not only exciting for the fans but also the players.

Doyler has already spoken about how much he is enjoying the winning feeling and that was when he wasn’t having much like in front of goal, hitting the woodwork on numerous occasions.

The excitement of this league was summed up in a nine minute spell on Tuesday night.

Wolves initially fell behind when Benik Afobe opened the scoring for Bolton, but two quick-fire goals from Kevin Doyle first put Wolves back level and then into the lead, all before half an hour had been played.

“I don`t think I had been blatantly missing chances, They had either been saved, hit the woodwork or been cleared off the line.’ Doyle told the Wolves Official Website.

He added: “I have enjoyed my football this season but it`s nice to have capped it off with some goals. Sako laid the ball just where I wanted it for the equaliser. It was a very good ball.

Wolves failed to force home the advantage and were much the second best side throughout the second half and predictably we failed to hold on, with Mark Davies, the former Wolves trainee, scoring the equaliser in the final minute.

Doyle continued: “We didn`t have a whole lot of chances, so it was good to score from the ones we did create. Bjorn Sigurdarson was maybe unlucky with his effort in the second half because it just went wide.

“It would have been better if the goals had brought a victory and we were disappointed to concede. But it was a very good finish (for the equaliser) and it happens in football.”

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