The former England under-21 goalkeeper singled out Tom Ince as the one to watch in the game against the Rams this weekend as he has shown match winning form in his last three outings.
Talking to the Wolverhampton Wanderers' official website, Murray said: ‘’ Thomas Ince will be dangerous and he always seems a bit of a nemesis of ours.
‘’They have invested heavily from a big budget and have got a very experienced coach in Paul Clement, albeit this is first job as a Head Coach.’’
Why will Wolves have to watch out for Tom Ince?
Although it was easy to see the winger’s frustration at the beginning of the season, he has started to hit form with three goals in his last three games.
Like most wingers, Ince can be categorised as a confidence player. He plays his best football when he is playing with freedom and allowed free reign in the final third of the pitch to do what he does best – score goals and create chances.
Despite the international break, Ince will no doubt still be full of confidence and hungry to extend his goal tally once more.
If he can continue to impact games like he has been doing in the last three matches, it is likely that it will see the Rams lift themselves into the top six by the end of the weekend.
Derby are currently situated seventh in the table, just one point off third, and will have the benefit of knowing the results of the other teams in the division as they play a day later – on Sunday.