Date:Tuesday March 14 2006
Wolves old man Paul Ince insists that he and his side will be fully focused on the task in hand when they visit the Mad Stad on Saturday.
Wolves are now back in the play off places after the 2-0 win over Cardiff at the weekend and they are now on an unbeaten run of seven matches.
Ince does not want to see the hard work they have come up with over the last few weeks go down the pan with defeat at the Madejski, just six weeks ago Wolves were nine points adrift of the play offs and they have made those points up with hard work and determination. Although they could lose their place depending on what
Preston do against Ipswich tonight.
Ince told the Express and Star: 'It was a much needed win on Saturday, but it only sends out a message to our rivals if we go on and win at Reading.
'One swallow doesn't make a summer and this is only the start.
'The gaffer said that after the game and said that if we go to Reading and get beaten then this game counts for nothing.
'We've now got to switch on and focus ourselves towards the Reading trip which is going to be a very hard game.'
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