Wolverhampton Wanderers defender Matt Doherty has reassured fans that the team will be going to Liverpool to win on the final day of the season.
Speaking to the Express and Star, Doherty also reflected on just how far Wolves have come this season and explained how they are only looking up.
The 27-year-old has been a standout performer for manager Nuno Espirito Santo this season, scoring four goals and providing five assists in 37 top-flight appearances.
Since joining the club in 2010, the right wing-back has represented them in the Premier League, Championship and League One, so has experienced all the ups and downs football can offer.
The Molineux club sit 7th in the table going into Sunday’s game at Anfield, knowing that will be good enough for a Europa League spot should Manchester City beat Watford in the FA Cup final.
With that in mind, Doherty insisted that Wolves will give the title race the respect it deserves and give their all for the entire 90 minutes.
We have one more game to go and we have to respect what’s happening at the top of the league and prepare properly and we’re going to Liverpool to try to win. Considering where we were two years ago, it’s pretty unbelievable really, how quick the change has happened. Some of the lads have played in Europe, but a lot of us haven’t, so it would be a new experience and we’re all trying to get better and playing in European competitions just shows where the club could be. I’ve seen it all. I’ve seen all the highs, all the lows and the changes but I’ve managed to survive so far. I’ve been here a long time and I love it here clearly, so long may it continue. (My aim is) just to keep getting better really and to keep playing at the best level I can play at, whether that’s in Europe or the Premier League and next year just to keep upping my performances, keep on improving and having better seasons.