TONY Mowbray is targeting nine points from Rovers’ remaining three games, but admits that is a ‘big ask’ as they look to secure their Championship status.

Rovers are one point behind Nottingham Forest with three games to play, three behind Birmingham City, with Burton Albion and Bristol City a point better off.

Mowbray admits it may require a maximum return from their remaining games to catch the teams on 48 points, but says just what will be required to stay up is likely change after each game.

“We will try and take points from all of them – but we could lose one and win two and then we would give ourselves a good chance,” Mowbray explained.

“That will depend on other teams’ results on any given day.

“If you lose and the teams around you win then it becomes a pretty traumatic day.

“You could lose and the other teams lose and not much changes other than it coming down to two games.

“If there is still only one or two points in it going in to the final day then there will be a lot of pressure on everyone.

“Our aim is to win nine points, that’s a big ask, but it was a big ask to go to Nottingham Forest and win yet we managed to find a performance to do that.

“I see this as a pretty similar game, Wolves are a big club and hopefully we have the players that look forward to these games at the big arenas with a decent sized crowd and actually relish the challenge in front of them.”