Date: 8th November 2013 at 9:07am
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Manager Lee Johnson has looked forward to the FA Cup clash against Wolves and he’s told the team not to get carried away given what we achieved last season.

Speaking to the BBC the gaffer has warned the players not to expect progression like last term, especially not against Wolves as we know how tough they will be following our earlier league encounter.

‘We’ve got to take this game as it is. It’s a first round tie and it’s a tough game. We’ve got to get the boys thinking about that and nothing about the future.’

Johnson knows the test we will be up against following our league defeat to them a few weeks back, but hopefully that will fire the players up for an extra 10% to take the victory this time round to make up for that.

One thing of importance for Johnson though is that as Jonson Clarke-Harris is likely to figure in the game, that he doesn’t repeat the politically correct ‘simulation’ that earned him a yellow card in the draw against Bristol City.

The gaffer says he finds such behaviour embarrassing and it doesn’t look good for the club as a whole or the player who can quickly get a reputation, and although he doesn’t believe the player dived for the wrong reasons, he did go to ground far too easily as bottom line is, if he keeps doing that, he won’t play until he learns not to.