“This is a real tough game for QPR at Molineux with the support Wolves get there,” the 52-year-old wrote on Skysports.com. “I didn’t quite see QPR gelling the way I wanted them to against Cardiff and I think Wolves will be too strong.
“It’s going to take Chris Ramsey a while to get them organised, while Kenny Jackett has got a really hard-working group together with lots of experience and has got a frightening strike force. Wolves are a club on the march.”
Wolves will indeed head into Wednesday’s game against QPR as favourites, especially as they are at home.
Kenny Jackett’s side have made a strong start to the 2015-16 Championship campaign and are aiming for a top-six finish in the league table.
The former Premier League outfit defeated Blackburn 2-1 away from home at Ewood Park on the opening weekend of the season, before getting the better of Newport County at home in the first round of the League Cup.
Then on Sunday afternoon, Wolves played out a 1-1 draw with Hull City, who got relegated from the Premier League at the end of last season.
QPR, who also suffered the drop from the top flight of English football at the end of the 2014-15 campaign, have yet to take the Championship by storm.
Having lost to Charlton Athletic 2-0 away from home in their first game of the season, QPR defeated Yeovil Town 3-0 in the League Cup first round before playing out a 2-2 draw with Cardiff City at Loftus Road on Saturday evening.