If you want to find a quick way to upset Glenn Hoddle, call his team a bunch of "draw specialists."
Hoddle has overseen 13 league games since he took charge of Wolverhampton Wanderers three months ago, and ten of them have resulted in draws.
They are, along with League Two outfit Bristol Rovers, the Football League's ultimate stalemate machine, having shared the spoils in 16 of their 35 games.
But, to Hoddle, a term like 'draw specialists' hints at a negative sort of outfit more preoccupied with not losing than winning. And anyone who witnessed Wolves' astonishing 3-3 draw with Derby County at Pride Park on Wednesday can cheerfully testify that is not the case.
After an encouraging three-game winning run in January, the doubters were starting to swell in voice after a frustrating February that saw Wolves stack up four desperately dull draws.
But, freed from the strictures of their dreadful Molineux pitch and the close attentions of opposing teams who simply want to pack the midfield and stop Wolves playing football, Hoddle's men came to life at Pride Park.
"It's a shame that game wasn't on Sky," said Hoddle. "It was a great advert for the Championship and a good barometer for us.
"We've played a team who are up there, gone there and deserved to win, and I was delighted with the way we played. Our performance was spot on. I said to the lads in the dressing room afterwards 'You should feel proud of yourselves the way you've played'.
"It's maybe a funny quote to hear from a manager, but I actually enjoyed watching that game.
"It's normally hard to enjoy games you're involved in because of all the pressures and the fact that you're so focused on the game. But this was two teams playing very well and it was great to watch.
"It looked like the win we've been waiting for, but suddenly off a freak header, and a few refereeing decisions which did not go our way, they've got the goal and we've drawn again.
"So many draws that could have been wins. But I really hate the term ' draw specialists'.
"To go 13 games and lose just once shows the strides that have been made. Of the 12 games this team played before that there had been seven losses. We're not going out there to try and draw. It's just the way things have unfolded. We try to go to places and win games.
"Other teams come to Molineux and string five across midfield, defend deep and say 'Come and break us down'. But, in every game we've played, we've been the team trying to win the game.
"And, if we can continue asking the sort of questions and showing the same attacking venom in the final third that we did at Derby, maybe it can still turn for us."
It would be nice for Hoddle if he can name an unchanged side for tomorrow's trip to Crewe, but he still has one or two injury worries as a result of Wednesday night's game.
"Rob Edwards is suffering from a stiff groin and Mark Kennedy has a slight hamstring problem. It was debatable whether he went back out at half-time but he wanted to play and managed the rest of the game.
"And maybe we might have to see how Paul Ince is. I have to take into consideration that we'll have had three games in eight days and that is quite a demanding schedule for some."
Ince had briefly been a prematch doubt after aggravating a back problem during the warm-up. But, in Hoddle's words, "the medical staff worked with him on the field, popped something back into place and fortunately that did the trick."