But do you?
‘I do believe we will stay up, We’re not five points adrift at the bottom – all the teams down there are very close to each other.’ Doyle told Wolves Official Website.
The defeat to Blackburn left Wolves in 19th place in the Premier League, one single point from rock bottom of the division.
Blackburn’s three points elevated them to 16th, 3 points ahead of ourselves and QPR who have joined Wigan in the bottom three.
It’s a battle between five sides, with Bolton also in the mix, that’s the simple way it is and the simple way it has been for months.
We are still in the battle, but all the belief and crucially the fight appears to have gone from the side and the club has a whole.
Doyle continued: ‘We need a win, and if we don’t beat Man United this week, then we go again and we go to Norwich and hopefully we’ll win there.
‘That’s the way we’ve got to look at it.
‘We’ve got 10 games to go; there is just over a quarter of the season left and that’s the message we all have to get across to each other and every fan has to believe that.’
We desperately need something from either the game against Manchester United or Norwich, because if we go into the Bolton game on March 31 without a win in six, then it’s going to be really difficult to keep our chins up and battle our way through a crucial six-pointer.
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