Matt Jarvis in interview: I put some good crosses in against Chelsea

Wolves prolific winger Matt Jarvis has talked to Wolves World about the matches against Chelsea, his own chances and the future.

Chelsea were fantastic on the day and their passing and movement was different class. They played really well and took their chances early on and just knocked us back from the start. We did have some good chances ourselves but I suppose it showed us the sort of levels we have to try to aspire to. Hopefully we can use the game as a learning curve as we continue during the season. We’ve lost the last two games but you do have to take whatever positives you can.

In the first half hour of the Arsenal game the lads were on top and did well but then we let in goals. Even it was only five minutes we started well against Chelsea before going behind and then saw the sort of quality you face at this level.

About his own chances against Chelsea

I was pleased with the cross I put in for Sylvan’s chance but then Petr Cech makes an amazing save. That’s one of the reasons why they are top of the league and one of the reasons why he’s been among the best keepers in the world.

(the chance can be seen after 6.30 minutes on the video in the link if you look in the sidebar)

About the upcoming matches and his own hopes

Now the Arsenal and Chelsea games have gone we’re looking forward to two home games against Birmingham and Bolton. They will be tough games as they all are but we’re looking forward to it and hopefully playing well. It was nice to get back in the team against Chelsea and I feel I put some good deliveries in which set up a couple of good chances. I was pleased with my contribution but like everyone disappointed with the result. We have got a strong squad now and you have to take your chance when it comes along. Hopefully I’ve done that and we’ll have to see what happens on Sunday. I’ll certainly keep on working hard trying to keep my place.

About the squad and the competition

“The squad was good last year and we all knew that if we didn’t play well we wouldn’t be involved because someone else would come in. You had to keep your levels extremely high and with the strengthening of the squad that’s even more the case now. There is a big squad with everyone fighting to keep hold of their shirt and the need to play well otherwise you won’t be in the team.”

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~ by paddytheflea on November 26, 2009.

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