How many times have people questioned how much fight our team and squad have? Would our players put their bodies on the line when it was needed? Would we be able to â€˜mix it upâ€™ with the big boys of this league? If we did and lost a couple of players, would the others see us through to victory? Iâ€™ve lost count of the amount of times Iâ€™ve read articles in the press, or heard people (noticeably Tony Butler on WM) on the radio/TV question our team about whether weâ€™d be able to win the tougher, more physical games this season when things arenâ€™t going so well. When we canâ€™t go out there and win by 3 or 4 goals. Well if the hard fought wins over the likes of Southampton, Cardiff, Swansea, Coventry etc werenâ€™t enough â€“ where the performances werenâ€™t amazing but where we still ground out the correct result â€“ then last night really takes the biscuit. Sheffield United - Obvious promotion contenders, far more experienced players, a very physical team who throw their weight around, a team who carry a goal threat but also a good defensive recordâ€¦ and during parts of the game when they were all over us and weâ€™d lost important players, I think its safe to say us Wolves fans were fearing for the worstâ€¦ but our lads didnâ€™t disappoint one bit! They stuck together, defended well, rode their luck, but scored their chances and walk away bruised and battered, but with the three points. Iâ€™m very proud of our lads today. I hope certain areas of the media recognise this â€˜fightingâ€™ performance and lay off the tired clichÃ©s that have been aimed at us before. Bring on Birmingham I say! I put this in the commentary thread last night, but i thought it was rather amusing to quote this morning - I didn't say this in a bad way. To me, this sums up how everyone is fighting for the team, the shirt, the fans etc and what a great job everyone is doing... Long may it continue.