NIGEL Clough says that he wants his team to continue to play with freedom when they travel to Championship leaders Wolves tomorrow (kick off 3pm).
The Brewers boss said: “Nobody was expecting us to get anything at Sheffield United, Wolves and Cardiff and so we can go and play with freedom. We don’t want them to play like a pre-season game and I don’t think they are as results matter but we still have to keep that philosophy that we have to go and play our football.
“Wolves know that Cardiff are in a good run at the moment and they can’t ease up. They will see it as an opportunity to get three points.
“They are top of the league for a reason and put four past us here and we didn’t play that badly that day. When you have a £15 million pound player or two it certainly helps.
“There’s no pressure on Wolves and they will relish playing a team second from bottom and will want to extend their lead at the top and we have to stop that if we can
“If we can get anything at all going into the break that would be a big boost for everybody and that’s our aim not to go into the break on the back of two defeats, especially with Cardiff coming on the end of it.
“Whatever injuries we have got, whatever team we put out, I want us to go to Wolves and play like we did against Sheffield United. Teams have been to Bramall Lane this season and hardly got out of their half but because of the way we play we caused them problems.”