Stoke City: Fans' views
IT wasn't our best performance by a long way, but it was better than last week's shambles at Wigan.
And at least we have 41 points, so maybe we can lose the jitters, relax and play some good football, starting at Villa today.
Another super Peter Crouch goal and performance sealed the win, and if he keeps scoring goals he must be in contention for a place in the England squad.
It looks like another season in the Premier League, and once again we have proved all the pundits wrong. Well done Stoke!
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SUE BRYAN, Meir Park
I THOUGHT we played quite well and it was only our finishing that let us down in the first half. We could have been three-up and just as I thought Wolves were about to capitulate we went behind.
It wasn't long, though, before The Boothen End rose as one to acclaim Huth's equaliser.
Midway through the second half Crouch calmly headed us in front and from then on it was the Stokies baiting the Wolves fans with relegation songs.
DAVE HARRISON, Eaton Park
GIVEN their dreadful away following, it would seem many of the Wolves supporters had, before this game, already accepted relegation.
Indeed, the small visiting contingent didn't sound like a group of fans who thought their side were likely to avoid the Premier League trapdoor.
Despite the setback of conceding the first goal, we managed to turn the tide in our favour and come from behind to carve out the three points, just as we did at Molineux.
Make no mistake about it, we were far from our best and will need to improve vastly if we are to achieve a top-half finish.
However, I still think that's a realistic aim. We're in a strong position and with a fairly decent run-in, we may just sneak in there.
JAMES KING, Trentham