Mick looking to make Play-Off knockout blow on return to Molineux
Blues are three points in front of the Molineux club and have a better goal difference by seven ahead of tomorrow’s 12.15pm kick-off.
With both teams having three games to play, defeat for Wolves would leave them as big outsiders to reach the Play-Offs.
“The dynamic has not changed for us, even though we are now three points clear of Wolves and Brentford,” the Town boss told the Club website.
“We are going there to try and win. It may have changed for Wolves though. It’s a home game for them and they will feel they have to win it.
“If we beat them, we will be six points clear with two games to play and I don’t think they are going to catch us from there.”
Christophe Berra and Stephen Hunt will be returning to Molineux for the first time since they left the club in 2013, while for Mick and TC, it’s a second game back at the club they both managed before departing - at different times - in 2012.
“I have got a lot of fond memories of my time at Wolves and the only sadness I had was that I was hoisted out of the job when we had just dropped into the bottom three,” added Mick, who guided Town to a 2-0 win at Molineux in December 2012.
“Who knows whether we would have stayed up or gone down if I stayed. I would like to think we would have stayed up. The team spirit was good. There was a good atmosphere about the place.
“I’ve got friends at the club but I moved on from Wolves as soon as I left. It’s been the same for me whenever I have left a club.”
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