Defender looking to upset league leaders
Kyle McFadzean believes Reds can stay unbeaten until the end of the season as they prepare to face leaders Wolves at a sold-out Checkatrade.com Stadium on Tuesday night.
Reds have lost just once in their last 10 games and the defender is desperate for that run to continue as we look to avenge the stoppage-time defeat at Molineux in August.
Having just equalised through Billy Clarke, Kyle was penalised for a handball with seconds to go and Wolves secured a 2-1 win through Leigh Griffiths' penalty.
Kyle said: "We know every game in this division is tough and Wolves are going really well at the moment. They are a massive club and I've no doubt they will be back in the Championship next season.
"But there's no reason why we can't get a result against them. Pretty much the same squad should have got a draw up at their place in August and we won't go into the game worrying too much about the opposition.
"If we play to our capabilities we can match any side in the league. We have shown that all season and I really believe we are capable of going through the rest of the season unbeaten and climbing up the table. There is a fantastic spirit in our dressing room and you could see the commitment on Saturday when we defended really well as a team to get the win against Colchester."
Manager John Gregory has rotated the squad during the hectic spell of matches but the defence has remained pretty much intact and Kyle is hoping that will continue.
"I don't want to miss any games. I missed most of last season because of my illness and all being well I can play every game between now and the end of the season. I think I'm building a pretty good partnership with Joe (Walsh) and the other lads at the back and long may it continue."