Date: 30th October 2012 at 1:56pm
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After building up the expectation levels around Molinuex, Wanderers have now gone on a charm offensive to get the fans back onside.

After an indifferent start to the season of one win in the opening four games, expectation levels were raised when we went on a run of form which saw us win five out of six games to climb the championship table.

We started the month in third, but the problem is, once the expectations around the place had risen its hard to take a bit of poorer form and the recent run of one defeat and two home draws, which saw the side slip back down to eighth was met with boos from the fans.

“I can understand the fans` frustrations but I think it is going to come good in time. We are a big club with big expectations and want to be up towards the top end of the table.’ Wolves defender Christophe Berra told the Express & Star.

With only 13 games of a 46 games season gone, there will be plenty of more twists and turns as the season plays out and Berra used one of the best one liners in football to get his point across.

He continued: “It is a marathon not a sprint and there is a long way to go.

‘We have to keep on picking up points but need to turn these draws into victories.”

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