Karl Henry claims Wolves are “up for it”

Wolverhampton Wanderers captain Karl Henry has told of the importance the next four games are for the Premiership side and has suggested that he does not wish to end the season as the first time he has been relegated.

Wolves are currently second from bottom and have a crunch clash against Birmingham this afternoon at St. Andrews.

“I’ve never been relegated in my career and I don’t want to start now, so I’m going to be doing everything I possibly can to stay in the Premier League. At this moment in time it means more to me than anything else.”

The Wolves skipper added.

“It’s a massive incentive for us (staying in the Premiership) as we’ve had an indifferent season, especially against the teams around us. We’ve got four cup finals from now to the end of the season and there’s no doubt we’re up for it.”

Should Wolves beat Birmingham on Sunday afternoon the win will take them out of the bottom three and two points behind 16th placed Birmingham City.