Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Kenny Jackett believes that his side need to learn more than one way of winning.
In fact, Jackett’s side are yet to win this month and have conceded 10 goals in four games in November while scoring just one.
Wolves gained promotion to the Championship from League One at the end of last season, and Jackett has said that his players need to step up their game and become more versatile in their style.
“Quite often as well where we do need a slight change in formation just maybe more of a thrust from the bench, a couple of forwards to come on that can change things,” the club’s official website quotes him as saying.
“There are different times where we get in a pattern and we stay in that pattern. If that’s a winning one then it’s fine but you need to be variable in the Championship this year and you need to find more than one way of winning.
“You need to be able to change formation in a game to either hold on to a lead or to get yourself back in a game. That’s very important and something the best sides have. Making all of those calls is going to be the key going forward.”
Next up for Wolves is a clash against high-flying Brentford away from home on Saturday. It will be interesting to see how Jackett approaches that particular Championship game.
Brentford are currently fifth in the Championship table with 31 points from 18 matches, while Wolves are four points behind in 11th.