Henry: We need a miracle now, but at least we're fighting for each other and not with each other now
Published 21:58 08/04/12 By John Percy
Karl Henry insisted Wolves are fighting and scrapping for each other - and not with each other.
Henry has claimed their battling performance showed their dressing room is together, a week after Roger Johnson and Wayne Hennessey dragged the club through the mud.
Johnson and Hennessey had an on-field confrontation against Bolton while winger Stephen Hunt admitted on Saturday there have been rows between players this season.
But Henry - restored as captain for Johnson who was dropped - said that while relegation is looking certain their unity cannot be disputed.
He said: “Everyone that was out there against Stoke, we had each other’s backs, we know all the talk about what’s been going on at the club.
“There is unity there. We worked our nuts off for each other because we want to stay in this league, for the club, for the fans, and we’ve just come up short.
“I think you can see from the performance that everyone that was out there was giving everything and we were backing each other up.
“There were tackles flying in from both sides. We’re all together in this and that’s definitely the feeling of everybody within the camp.
“Nothing short of a minor miracle will keep us up now. We’re a result away from getting back into it and then hopefully we could go on a run of three or four wins, but we’ve given ourselves a mountain to climb.”