Wolves fans react on Twitter to away defeat at Ipswich Town

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Wolverhampton Wanderers were by no means at their best as they lost away at Ipswich last night.

Wolves retain their position in the Championship play-off places despite a disappointing 2-1 defeat away at Ipswich Town last night, which will leave Kenny Jackett frustrated as he reviews the action this morning.

Just under 1,000 Wolves fans made the trip to East Anglia last night and they saw their side go behind before James Henry scored to bring the sides level in the second half before a second strike from Daryl Murphy proved enough to get Ipswich over the winning line.

Wolves have made a great start to the season but Jackett will now be very worried about the possibility of confidence and belief being affected as it’s two games without a win following the 2-1 victory at Elland Road.

Wolves have been fighting towards promotion back up to the Premier League ever since they dropped out of the top flight and they still have a good chance of going up this season.

Only three points separate Wolves from the top of the Championship, meaning one weekend of results going in their favour could see the side move back to the top of the league, making any feelings of frustration this morning seem pointless.

Wolves now face two very difficult games against Derby County and Nottingham Forest, which will contribute to deciding whether the side can consolidate near the top of the Championship heading into a busy winter period.

The international break creates a chance for Wolves to reflect on that period, addressing any concerns Jackett has over weaknesses in his squad while also providing time for those not on international duty to recharge their batteries.

Here’s what Wolves fans on Twitter made of the result last night, with some frustrated by the performance, suggesting that Wolves have got it in them to be far better than they showed last night.

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