Thanks to Tom from Wolvesblog for answering our questions this week. You can follow the m on twitter @wolvesblog
How would you sum up the season so far?
Other than a thoroughly enjoyable cup run that saw us eliminate Stoke and Liverpool on their own turf before a gallant defeat against Chelsea, it's been awful. New owners and serious summer investment made us believe we'd be well established in the top half, but we've spent most of the season hovering ominously above the bottom three. We could still go down and that is a horrible thought.
When you beat us 2-0 in August under Walter Zenga, all looked rosy but now you're in the thick of a relegation battle under Paul Lambert - Are fans still behind him?
I think the majority realise he needs the summer to properly sort out the squad and build his team. The cup run put him in a lot of credit but now we're out and the league form is terrible, he has to start getting some results or things will turn sour very quickly. We simply cannot accept another relegation.
What have you made of Reading this season?
Being brutally honest I thought Reading were awful at Molineux back in August. That must be one of your worst performances of the season given where you've subsequently ended up? You could see what Jaap Stam was trying to do in playing out from the back but it didn't look like you had the personnel to make it work. Credit to him and the club for sticking to it though as it's obviously worked out very well.
Any player you're worried about on Saturday?
I get the sense it's a real team effort rather than individuals making things tick for you this season. But I'll go for big Yann Kermorgant up front who is always a handful and usually causes us grief. We were linked with him before he went to Reading and I was keen. Solid Championship performer.
Which Wolves player should we be concerned with?
If he pulls his finger out Helder Costa. The £12 million signing from Benfica can turn any game with a moment of brilliance but he's gone hiding in recent weeks. He's incredibly quick, full of neat turns and can also finish. He's into double figures this season and should get a few more.
Got to go with the statistical likelihood of a home win so I'll say 2-1 Reading. What I would add is that Wolves have been at their most dangerous away from home against the better sides this season as they like to break quickly and catch teams out, so I don't think it will be a total home banker.