Henry: Don't stop believing
Midfielder dynamo Henry is set to be sidelined for the next two months, preventing him from playing any part in Wolves' battle to steer clear of trouble. A disappointing run of results, which has brought four straight defeats, has left Mick McCarthy's languishing towards the foot of the Premier League and facing an uphill struggle. Henry, though, has confidence in those currently providing cover for Wolves' many injured and suspended stars and believes they can pick up enough points to start climbing the standings. "I'm feeling positive and have got confidence in the rest of the lads to do the job that is needed over the next few games," he told the club's official website. "The job required at the moment is to get a decent points tally over the next five games. "We'd all spoken about how important the run of seven games was and two of them have gone now. "We've still got these five in which we need to pick up points and the boys will be doing everything they can to do that. "They have just got to keep performing as they have been but also tighten up in both boxes as has already been said. "We were in a similar position last year but we've got a better squad this season than last year. We've got to keep believing and make sure no heads go down." Henry admits he is 'gutted' to be a spectator at present, but insists he is doing all he can to ensure that he is back in action as soon as possible. "I'm gutted because it's a crucial time for us and I'm really disappointed to be missing some crucial games," he added. "I've been quite fortunate with injuries over the years and this is a massive blow to come at this time. "Injuries are sadly part of football and I've just got to get on with my rehab and work hard to make sure I get back as soon as possible. "There are a few other lads in there at the moment and I've got some hard work to do over the next few weeks to get myself fit again."