Henry seeks Molineux treble

Wolves captain Karl Henry is hoping to chalk up a third successive home win when Huddersfield visit Molineux on Saturday.

Last Updated: 12/04/13 at 14:46 Post Comment

Karl Henry: Wolves skipper seeking a third straight home win

Karl Henry: Wolves skipper seeking a third straight home win

A defeat at Bolton last weekend checked Wolves' progress away from the Championship relegation zone so Henry knows it is important to get back to winning ways against Town.

The Terriers are currently level on 48 points with Wolves, just one point above the drop zone.

Henry, who is likely to start in midfield with David Davis set to miss the run-in due to an ankle injury, said: "Our home form hasn't been great for probably around the last 18 months.

"But the last few games have been good and hopefully we've turned a corner.

"We need to pick up where we left off in our last home game. We've shown great enthusiasm in recent weeks and have taken games by the scruff of the neck, and we intend to continue that so being at home will be a great advantage.

"If we can get the wins we need here, we'll be OK."

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