Wolves ready for survival 'war'

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Winger Matt Jarvis insists Wolves are ready to "go to war" in the battle to preserve their Barclays Premier League status for a fourth successive season.

Jarvis received the club's man-of-the-match award for the second successive match but he took little satisfaction after the 5-0 home drubbing by Manchester United.

It pushed caretaker boss Terry Connor's side into bottom spot on goal difference from Wigan. But Jarvis is adamant Wolves will not give up hope despite leaking 19 goals in their past five games. Jarvis said: "We're very disappointed with yesterday (Sunday) when United punished us just about with every attack they had."

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