Just before taking my seat, or should I say standing position in front of one, before Saturdays game I was waiting for my two mates in the concourse area. As one of them approached me he made reference to the fact there were so very few youngsters at the game and how many of the Wolves supporters seemed late 20's and upwards. Looking around I realised the point he was making and whilst there were a few youngsters about in general his comment seemed spot on. It may seem strange but his comments have played on my mind on and off since Saturday as I fear the club, whilst having excellent support, are losing it and as time passes it will only get worse? Here in Essex the majority of kids will follow either Arsenal, Liverpool, Man Utd, Spurs or WHU. You see the odd Ipswich top and maybe a random top of a club miles from this neck of the woods but overall there's a handful of clubs that grab their attention. Now I know from my trips back home this is a trend that seems prevalent far and wide and whilst I suppose it's obvious the more successful clubs will draw the support of the younger generation it's a worry that in time teams like Wolves will find their own support dwindling? Maybe I'm worrying unduly and someone who lives in the Wolverhampton area will say there are loads of kids who follow Wolves and the future is bright on that front but I can't help but feel the club isn't doing enough, in many fronts, to attract the support for the future?