By Adeboye Amosu:
Nigerian international goalkeeper Carl Ikeme hopes his Championship side Wolverhampton Wanderers can win their first home game of the season against Reading on Saturday, reports Completesportsnigeria.com.
Walter Zenga's men started their campaign with a 1-1 draw at Rotherham United last weekend.
They struggled at home last season, picking only seven wins from 23 games.
The Super Eagles shot stopper is however looking towards a change in fortunes this time starting with the Reading game.
"We Want to get off the mark with a win and get the fans behind us," Ikeme told Wolves.co.uk.
"It's important that we show the same desire as the Rotherham game but with a better result.
"We want to play more free-flowing football, express ourselves, and get our first league win of the season.
"If we can get that on Saturday, it sets us up for Tuesday night and the derby with the Blues.
"We weren't good at home last season in all honesty. We need to be better this season and make the Molineux a fortress.
"It can be a tough place for away teams when we are playing well and the crowd get going.
"And we want to keep that unbeaten run as long as we can. We have back to back games at home and then the derby game and staying unbeaten through those would set us up nicely.