Wolverhampton Wanderers lowest Scoring Club
With a tally of 33 goals in 30 matches, Wolverhampton Wanderers is the lowest scoring club in the top 10 spots of the English Championship League. It hasn’t been a very prolific season for the attackers of Wolverhampton in this season with a large amount of matches in the league ending in draws or in victories by a slight margin.
Kenny Jackett is hoping and wants to see his team start being more productive when it comes to scoring goals and begin to win in a convincing fashion instead of just barely scrapping a victory.
“We’ve got to be able to open up and dominate teams that are where we want to get to.To go one better and really be a good side, we need to be that tight at the back but create and score more goals.It’s quite an obvious thing to say but that’s how I feel and we’ll endeavor to do that now in our team selection, in our training, and in our approach to it.We want to stay just as tight at the back but be able to up that goals tally to keep the pressure on the top six.
An improved defensive record has helped us and made us more competitive.Now we’d like to keep that but be able to open up and score more goals at the other end. That’s our aim.”Wolverhampton’s Kenny Jackett as he expressed his desire to see his team not only score more goals but become more dominating as well.
The 26 year old forward BakarySako has had to miss out from a number of matches for Wolverhampton Wanderers as the player hailing from Mali decided to represent his nation at the international stage and due to this, he was unable to play in few matches for his club but now that the tournament is over Sako has returned to the Championship League team and Kenny Jackett is hoping that his return can help out the squad in their quest of scoring more goals.