Date: 28th February 2006 at 8:06pm
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Maurice Ross recent appearances in the Wolves starting line up has co incided with their unbeaten run through their last three games.

In at least two, the opposition have been left rueing squandered chances, losing by a solitary goal, after taking most of the posession.

The irony is not lost on Maurice Ross. Earlier today he spoke to Wolves World.

‘We were a bit fortunate if we’re being honest, the last two games we’ve played. But again, there have been times this season where we’ve been the best team and lost out by the odd goal.’

Maurice has had to bide his time since his arrival, and now that look to have paid off as he continues to go from strength to strength on the pitch, and make friends within the Wanderers dressing room.

‘The gaffer told me when I first got here to be patient, and I was, but I was beggining to wonder if I’d ever get in.’ he said, adding

‘The boys have all helped me settle in, I’m the butt of all their jokes.’

Maurice Ross tenacity and aggression typifies everything a good Wanderers defender should have.

And it would be a traversty if they didn’t choose to keep him when his contract expires in the summer.