Former Wolves midfielder Carl Robinson tips Wanderers to survive!

21 04 2010

Robinson scored 19 league goals for Wolves including two memorable efforts against Blues.

Former Wolves midfielder Carl Robinson thinks Wolves will survive this season but must not become a yo-yo club in years to come.

Robinson made 165 league appearances for Wolves between 1995 and 2002 and now plays for Major League Side New York Red Bulls.

Robbo said: “First of all it’s about staying up and then building on that. They must not become a yo-yo club. I have confidence that they wont.

He added: “I think Wolves have done very well with the group of players that they have. Mick had got them organised, fighting for each other and I think they will survive!

“I’ve seen a lot of games this season and the common problems seem to be goal scoring. But when you play with 5 midfielders then that is possible to happen. Still if you don’t concede then you always start with a point.”

Despite leaving Molineux for Portsmouth nearly eight years ago, Robinson still speaks to some of Wolves’ Welsh contingent.

He added: “I still speak to Matty Murray and know the Welsh lads through national team. He (Mick McCarthy) has a good mix of old and young players at Wolves at the moment.”