MURRAY IN HURRY TO GAIN HIS FULL FITNESS
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