Date: 13th November 2008 at 11:13pm
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Birmingham co-owner David Sullivan is not too worried even though Blues have slumped into a drop in form over the last few games.

Birmingham are still second in the Championship table despite only picking up one point from the last nine available and that has now given Wolves a six point cushion at the top.

‘Like everyone else, driving away from Nottingham Forest on Saturday I was very depressed, we could have easily lost that game from a winning position. But it’s not a time to start thinking that our season is in crisis,’ Sullivan told the Birmingham Mail.

‘I did say at the start of the campaign that there would be ups and downs in this league, there always are, but that we would get promotion – and I still believe so.

‘Hopefully we are just going through a bit of a blip at the moment and will come through it. I don’t think there should be panic, we shouldn’t be judging on these last three or four games alone.

‘At the same time if, after the next three or four games, we are struggling to pick up points and not playing well, then there might be some panic.’