Wolves on song as fab four return - Connor
Published 17:57 28/03/12 By James Nursey
Wolves boss Terry Connor insists none of his stars are shirking in the bottom club's battle for Premier League survival.
Eight players missed last weekend's 2-1 defeat at Norwich, which was Wanderers' fourth loss on the spin.
But Ronald Zubar returns from suspension for Saturday's six-pointer against fellow strugglers Bolton at Molineux, and Karl Henry, David Davis and Stephen Hunt are all due back from injury.
That foursome, plus Michael Kightly, who hobbled off at Norwich, have trained fully this week, leaving only Jamie O'Hara, Jody Craddock and Anthony Forde sidelined.
Wolves are four points from safety, but Connor insists every man is still ready to do his duty.
"We might be bottom of the league with seemingly everyone having written them off, but not one player has said, 'I can't make it this week, TC. Count me out,'" he said.
"It's healthy to have players around that still all want to play at Wolves.Everyone up for selection wants to play, and that can only be a good thing.
"Nobody wants relegation, so if a player can help in some way - whether it's half a game or all eight - they're going to make that contribution.
"I've got 20 players to choose from. They're all up for training. Those lads coming back from injury want to prove they're fit and ready to play."