Last Updated: Fri, 16 Mar 2012 12:37
Wolves boss Terry Connor admits his side face a huge task when they host Manchester United on Sunday but insists they can get a result.
United were dumped out of the Europa League by Atheltic Bilbao on Thursday, leaving the Premier League title as their only chance of silverware this season.
Connor admits his side will need to be at their best to stand any chance of taking anything from the game with the defending champions, but has not given up hope of an upset at Molineux on Sunday.
"We've just got to be at our absolute best and we hope Man United will be below theirs.," Connor told the Express & Star.
"They've no weaknesses. We'll need a load of luck and we'll need every supporter to be right behind the lads on Sunday for every second of the game
"If everyone is on top of their game - supporters, players, staff - and if Man United fall just below their standards, then we have a chance of getting something from the game.
"We'll have to be in our top gear for 90 minutes because last Sunday (against West Brom) they went through the gears.
"What we have to try to do is stop them in second and third gear and don't let them reach top gear."
Connor admits that United will be desperate for the win to maintain their title charge and bounce back from their European exit, but the Wolves boss sees no reason why the Molineux outfit can't upset the odds and produce a shock on Sunday.
He added: ''We're fighting for our lives at the bottom and they're fighting for their futures at the top. When they both meet sometimes you get quirky results."
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