Jarvis wants Wolves consistency

BY foxsports • February 5, 2011

Mick McCarthy's men have had a tough campaign so far and face a difficult task if they are going to avoid finishing in the bottom three. Jarvis, 24, has made 27 appearances for the Molineux outfit in the current campaign and is preparing to take on Manchester United this weekend. The former Gillingham and Wycombe midfielder is hoping to turn his side's fortunes around and insists everyone knows the seriousness of the current situation. "It has been a strange season," he said in the Daily Star. "We've done really well against some of the top sides and then not always seen it through against sides where we were expected to get something. "There's just been no real consistency to the season, but what better side to play than United. "We are at home, we do well against the top sides and they come here with their unbeaten record intact. Maybe it is meant for us to win. "There isn't a player here who doesn't realise the seriousness of the situation we find ourselves in, but I honestly do think we'll stay up."

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