MUR­RAY IN HURRY TO GAIN HIS FULL FIT­NESS

The Football League Paper - - CHAMPIONSHIP - By John Hunter

look at that week as a whole and six points out of nine was pretty good go­ing,” said the striker.

“Hope­fully we can keep that league form up. Wolves will be a great game, they are another good team in the di­vi­sion, but we will be go­ing out for all three points.”

The 31-year-old is likely to be re­called after miss­ing the 2-0 de­feat at Pride Park on Tues­day, along with mid­fielder Oliver Nor­wood.

Goal­keeper Adam Fed­erici will be checked over after miss­ing the last two matches with a mi­nor calf prob­lem and Mikkel An­der­sen is on standby again.

Mur­ray adds: “I felt good last Satur­day af­ter­noon. It has been a while since I played three games in a week, but I’m now look­ing for­ward to be­com­ing fit­ter.” GLENN Mur­ray says his best is yet to come as he tar­gets a re­turn to win­ning ways for Read­ing against high-fly­ing Wolves to­day.

Mur­ray, on loan from Premier League Crys­tal Palace, opened his Roy­als ac­count on his de­but with two goals against Ful­ham in a 3-0 vic­tory ear­lier this month.

That was fol­lowed by a 3-2 tri­umph at home to Mill­wall, but Read­ing’s win­ning run came to an end at Sh­effield Wed­nes­day last week­end as the Owls won 1-0.

Yet Mur­ray – who was cup-tied for the Cap­i­tal One de­feat against Derby in mid­week – claims they are more than ca­pa­ble of caus­ing Wolves prob­lems at the Made­jski Sta­dium.

“Re­flect­ing on last week­end, it was dis­ap­point­ing not to leave Sh­effield with at least a point, but you have to

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