Date: 4th April 2007 at 11:45am
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For many teams, facing the divisions form opponents on the back of a 6-0 home defeat would be would be considered a frying pan or fire situation.

However Wolves captain Darren Potter sees things diferently.

Having seen his side’s automatic promotion bid dealt a hammer blow by Southampton, he remains positive regarding their chances of securing a play off berth, and has no fear facing up to Roy Keanes high flying Sunderland side.

‘It`s probably a bridge too far to get automatic but we`ll just keep trying to put as many points on the board as we can. We really now just want to cement a play-off spot.’ he said

“Sunderland is a big game but I suppose it does add an extra edge to it now because we expected to win against Southampton.

“But I think we`ll show what we`re made of on Saturday. We`ll not hide behind the defeat against Southampton – we`ll regroup and work hard.”