Jarvis: Three more wins to survive

The Molineux outfit were handed a boost in their quest to avoid

relegation at the weekend as they managed a 2-1 away win over drop

rivals Burnley. Two fortunate goals aided their cause at Turf Moor

and Wolves are now three points above the Clarets, who occupy the

final place in the dropzone, with a game in hand. Jarvis, who

opened the scoring on 26 minutes, thinks survival is within

touching distance after the win. “If we can win another two or

three we will be nearly there,” he said in The Sun. “This has given

us more belief that we can do that. It has given us a huge boost

going into the last nine games. There’s a few teams still in it

after this result. “Three points is massive at this stage of the

season but to do it against one of your rivals down there makes it

even bigger. “We have been playing very well but little things have

been going against us and it has cost us. “We felt for a while we

were due that little bit of luck and that’s what we got with both

goals.” Hull managed to avoid relegation last season with a points

tally of 35, and with Wolves currently on 27, three victories would

see them surpass that number. Jarvis, 23, took full advantage of a

poor Tyrone Mears header to nick the ball past Brian Jensen in the

Burnley goal and give Wolves the lead on Saturday. He added: “A few

people asked me whether I thought about getting down on my hands

and knees and heading it in and I suppose the thought did flash

through my mind. “Their keeper had just been booked so he had to be

careful as I went round him – it was a bit surreal as there was

silence as I put the ball in.”