Robins unfazed by Wolves

Huddersfield boss Mark Robins has urged his players to enjoy Saturday's tie with fellow Championship strugglers Wolves.

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

Mark Robins: Huddersfield boss believes all the pressure will be on Wolves on Sa

Mark Robins: Huddersfield boss believes all the pressure will be on Wolves on Sa

Both sides sit directly above the relegation zone, one point ahead of Blackburn and Peterborough, ahead of the Molineux meeting.

And a win on Saturday would take either side significantly closer to safety, but Robins has urged his players to enjoy the game as he feels the pressure is on Wolves.

Speaking to the club's official website he said: "They are a huge club who are fighting at the wrong end of the table - nobody expected that.

"We will have a good vocal following and it will come down to how we play on the day. If we can repeat the Bolton performance, I believe we will have a very good chance.

"Molineux has a good surface and the lads are looking forward to it - how can you not? Everybody talks about six pointers and our last five games certainly are. We need to enjoy the last few games."

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