Date: 15th October 2008 at 9:41pm
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A model of positivity, Habib Beye has slammed any talk of a relegation and declared that the squad, when fit, have far too much quality to go down. Beye himself is set to make his comeback after an Achilles injury in the game against Man City and went on record to say:

‘We can still have a respectable season. We won’t go down. We have too much quality. There are still 31 games left to play and a lot of points and pride at stake. I remember this time last year we made a good start and we were doing well, but after that it turned bad so it shows how it can change.

We made a good start against Manchester United and Bolton. But it becomes harder because of what has happened. If you win two or three games in a row, the season changes very quickly and we have three games out of four coming up at home. What can we do? We can try to win a lot of games and see where it takes us. And then we still have the FA Cup.’