Sheff United clash "all business" for Doyle

Tommy Doyle says it’s “all business” when he faces his former club Sheffield United on Sunday, as Wolves look to get back on track at home.

The midfielder spent last season on loan at Bramall Lane, and helped the club into the Premier League, but has since impressed at this level in old gold, making 20 appearances for Wolves under Gary O’Neil. On Sunday, against the Blades, the 22-year-old has called on Wolves to act upon the expectation to perform well at Molineux and build on last weekend’s win on the road at Tottenham Hotspur.

On facing his former loan club

“I always look forward to playing them. Obviously, I want to win, that’s the main thing. There are no feelings, it’s just pure business. We have to go out, we have to perform, and ultimately take three points.

“I owe a lot to the club, but with how things work in football, you move on quite fast, so I have to focus and be ready and I want to go out there and win.”

On getting back to winning at home

“We’ve performed very well against the top teams and a lot of our disappointing games have come against the teams below us, so we have to change that record and put that right.

“We’ll be working right up until Sunday to put that right. It’s exciting, we’ve got a lot of preparation to do, and hopefully we can go out and perform.”

On learning from the Brentford loss

“We’ll look at it, but it’s two different teams. We’ll probably look at the game at Bramall Lane and see their recent games, but I don’t think we’ll think too much about them, a lot will be about us. We have go out there and make it all about us, which is enjoyable. We have an expectation to go out there and win, and we have to do that.

“You can’t get too high [after a win] and can’t get too low, we enjoyed Spurs and had a couple of days off, but now it’s back to work and focusing on Sheff United.”

On his full Premier League debut in November

“I obviously wasn’t happy about the result, that’s the main thing. I know it was my full Premier League debut, which is something I’m very proud of, but I wanted to win. That’s the main thing as a football, you need that hunger to win, and obviously we didn’t do that.

“We have to put that right, we have to take three points and we have to keep climbing up the table, making the fans as happy as possible.”