Wolverhampton’s 4-1 triumph against Swindon Town is the 9th consecutive victory for the team of Kenny Jacket which is a record breaking accomplishment for the League One club but the head coach has stated that the league is still far from over and his players should continue focusing on getting more positive results and snatch a promotion spot for the Championship League.
“It is a fantastic achievement by the players, it should be commended,” he said.
“The bigger picture is progression, but along the way we are very pleased. What the club record has done is put us in a position where it is in our hands and we are not chasing, that’s a good position to be in’’.
“There is no breathing space though, and our own good form and good play will shape our destiny’’.
“There are tough games and some tough places to go. It is not that we can just slacken off and expect to finish in the top two. We haven’t got the luxury of a ten-point gap, nor have any of the other clubs. So going into the last dozen games we need a sprint finish and get as many of the 36 points available as possible’’. Wolverhampton’s tactician, Kenny Jacket stated.
The League One club will also be setting a record for the biggest away attendance in a league match when they travel to the MK Stadium and face off against MK Dons on March 29. Initially there was an allocation of 6,500 tickets for the match but it was later increased to 8,000.
Kenny Jacket’s team so far is enjoying a positive season and they will need to continue their fine form if they want to earn a promotion spot to the Championship League and later to the Premier League.