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Odemwingie - Respond Against Wolves

Peter Odemwingie has called on the team to respond to the Swansea defeat by putting in a proper performance against Wolves.

Speaking to wba.co.uk Odemwingie said he is hoping we can get back on track against Wolves, and put the disappointment of the Swansea game behind us.

'How we respond against Wolves is the most important thing - that is a big game for us. The most encouraging thing is that we are getting points away from home, if we weren't doing that it would be a different story.'

Following his own Swansea heartache, Odemwingie remains confident he can get back amongst the goals again and help play his part in pushing us up the table.

'Bad days happen but the most important thing is that you work hard. If it's a bad day then, it's a bad day, but at least you will not be asked questions of it if you work hard.'

Odemwingie also admits that our form at home isn't appropriate, but the team are focused on getting that right.

'We need to ask ourselves what is happening in our home games, of course one point in six games at home is very disappointing, we have to work on that. We will remain positive as we are playing well and we're not doing too badly in the table. The head coach believes we are good enough to be in the top ten, and of course, we if can change our home form, we can get there.'

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Date:Tuesday February 7 2012

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