Richard Dunne must be getting bored of these headlines by now, but either way he says 'we can beat anyone' and Wolves better watch out!
Speaking on the official site ahead of the derby clash Dunne was full of confidence, and although he says we need to be wary of Wolves having just come up and the players they have signed, we are more than capable of taking another derby scalp.
'We are full of confidence. It's going to be another tough game, no doubt, because Wolves are a good side. But we have to go into every game now believing we can win.
'The next three games in the league are away from home so it's vital we pick points up on the road to keep momentum going.
'But it's going to be far from easy. Wolves have just come up. They have bought a lot of players and strengthened their squad.'
There's no doubt Wolves will make it difficult, they haven't been playing too badly of late, but even if we have an off day we should have enough to take all 3 points.
If we actually turn up they could be in for a hammering!
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