Doyle keen to stay positive
Colin Doyle wants Birmingham to put their defeat to Liverpool behind them with a win over Wolves this weekend.
By Jamie Casey
Last Updated: 26/04/11 4:37pm
Goalkeeper Colin Doyle wants Birmingham to put their heavy defeat to Liverpool behind them with a win over relegation rivals Wolves this weekend.
Doyle, a first-half substitute for the injured Ben Foster at Anfield, conceded three in the 5-0 defeat on Saturday and does not want to become dispirited by the mauling.
Next up for Birmingham is a visit of Wolves this Sunday and a win would take Blues over the 40-point barrier, widely regarded as enough to stave off relegation.
Doyle will remain calm if Wolves fail to take three points, though, and he expects to secure survival before their trip to Tottenham on the final day of the season.
"We've just got to try and stay positive and have a good week in training, which I'm sure we will," he said.
"Wolves is a massive game, but I don't think it's the be-all and end-all because we still have Newcastle away and Fulham at home.
"There's still four games left in all. I'm not saying if we lose Sunday we will be all right, but there are still games there if something doesn't go right."