Wolverhampton Wanderers skipper Karl Henry has urged his colleagues to ensure that his absence in the next three matches does not halt their march towards Premier League survival.
Midfield enforcer Henry faces a three-match suspension following his controversial sending-off at Arsenal and, in his absence, he wants to see Wolves continue their recent improvements.
He told the Express & Star: "I want the lads to do well and if it means someone coming in and taking my spot and playing out of their skin and us winning a game, then so be it.
"I want to stay in this league more than I want my place back in the team.
"Staying in the Premier League is more important than anything for this club right now.
"We need the points to stay in this league and I'm fully confident the players will go and do that."