Nick Miller: I've seen a few people describe Wolves as the best team they've faced this season. Has it been as good as that might suggest?
Adam Bate: We've certainly passed the ball around a lot and top the Championship for possession, passing accuracy and short passes. It's been quite impressive. However, it's worth acknowledging that - a bit like Swansea when they first went up to the Premier League - much of that has been in defensive areas and about protecting ourselves from better players rather than hurting the opposition.
NM: I fear we'll spend a lot of Saturday chasing shadows in that case. Our problem, with Andy Reid injured and Henri Lansbury largely playing like a man with a hangover, has been a) keeping hold of the ball and b) creating something when we have it. Oh, plus our defence has disappeared in recent weeks, which is troubling.
AB: Well, we're pinning our hopes on Danny Graham which isn't a particularly pleasant feeling. Without Bakary Sako and Nouha Dicko we're toothless at this level - winning one in eight. With them, I think we're a top-six side (20 points from 10 games so far).
NM: In fairness he's only played two and a half games, but my dad's quick review of his performances was 'Hull can have him back.' Still, he's barely played this season so he might just be getting back into it. I'm still astonished that he signed for the manager that racially abused his dad, mind.
Dicko's just twanged his hamstring again, hasn't he? A boost and no mistake, considering England's Jamaal Lascelles seems to make a dreadful mess in his pants whenever someone runs at him these days.
I saw he had superb reviews at Forest at first but I always remember him looking lost under a high ball at Birmingham for Wolves and noticed him make a similar mistake recently too. Wonder if he'll ever fulfil his early promise.
NM: Mancienne was our best player for the first dozen games of the season, but as our form disappeared down the toilet, so did his. I can't quite work out which one came first, but you're right, he made a calamitous error from a punt downfield against Blackburn.
At his best he has that freaky anticipation that the very best defenders have - one second there's an attacker, being all threatening, and the next Mancienne's just 'there', to swoop in and nick it away. Maybe his confidence is shot, but he's looked less sure recently.