Wolves series of Defeat in the League
Wolves suffered five consecutive defeats in the league and it has put a huge dent in their promotion aspirations.
Kenny Jackett has done extremely well to get the team challenging for promotion spot after having just returned to the Championship. However, he is aware that his efforts will not be rewarded with proper recognition if the club do not get another promotion. This look is certainly feasible a few weeks ago, but this poor run of form has left the club outside the play-offs. After returning to form with a win over Sheffield Wednesday and a point against Brighton and Hove Albion,Jackett is keen on rediscovering the form that put Wolves top of the table during the early part of the season.
Jackett says that the club are still in healthy position and can certainly return to the play-offs with a couple of victories. Even though the Christmas period is a busy time in English football, it also presents teams with a lot of opportunities to move up the table in a short period of time. Wolves take on Watford and Brentford in the space of two days. Victories from both these matches will be hugely beneficial. Wolves will also have one eye on the FA Cup meeting with Fulham at Craven cottage.
"We're still in a good, healthy position. We were always aiming, and still are aiming, to try to get to the top, and that's still a realistic aim.I feel that, in the last three games, we've battled. We've won one, lost one and drawn one.We've put on better performances. We're obviously really keen to keep improving. If the young players keep improving and we can make the right additions from outside the club, we can get a blend and a mix that can be a force in the division,” said Jackett.