Wolverhampton Wanderers FC 1-0 Birmingham City highlights: Wolves were determined to end their winless home streak when they play host to Birmingham City on Saturday.
The visitor actually started the game pretty brightly as they managed to create couple good goal scoring opportunities that failed to end up in the back of opponent's net.
Wolverhampton Wanderers may not have a good time on the pitch for now, but at least they can be proud with their achievement off it. The club recently have announced that they have just made a pre-tax profit just over 2 million pounds for the financial year which ended in May 2012.
Highlights: Nottingham Forest were aiming to continue their play off bid going as they travel to Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday.
The home team were the one taking the lead though as Bjorn Bergman Sigurðarson's low shot from just inside the penalty area found the back of the net.
Since being took over by Fawaz Al Hawasi in the summer, things seems to be heading into the right direction for Nottingham Forest as the new owner setting up a plan to get the club back into top flight football.
Wolverhampton Wanderers manager, Stale Solbakken, considers his team's upcoming Championship tie against Blackburn Rovers as one of their biggest test this season.
Solbakken admitted that playing away against Blackburn will be a really tough task for Wolves but the manager still expect his players to do well in that game.
Blackburn management are still working to find the perfect replacement for their departed manager, Steve Kean, but before a name being officially picked, the club must first face big tests with caretaker Erick Black temporarily taking charge.
The fourth round of the League Cup will be filled with much more interesting battles compared to its previous round, one of the potentially stand out match is Chelsea's meeting with Manchester United at Stamford Bridge.
Matt Jarvis and Steven Fletcher are set to leave Wolves, following bids being accepted for the duo.
West Ham had made a £7.5m bid for winger, Jarvis, including add-ons, in which the fee would rise to £10m.