Wolves have struggled to settle upon a consistent team this season, as their form has been patchy.
However, Jackett has suggested that he could make further alterations to his starting XI over the coming weeks, as he looks to find the winning formula.
“I wouldn’t say I’m one that won’t change a team if it isn’t necessarily going well, but also for players to settle down and play their best and get into their rhythm is something they would choose," he said.
“Now they have to earn that and they have to be good enough to do that and good enough individually and the team dynamics or the team balance has to be right as well, and it doesn’t have to be cast in stone as different things can happen in the week.”
Jackett has attempted numerous different tactics to try and return Wolves to winning ways this season, but not many have had the desired impact.
Wolves have failed to put together a sequence of wining results to push them up the Championship table, but they were triumphant against Rotherham United last weekend.
In that match, Jackett dropped Benik Afobe to the bench, with Adam Le Fondre selected to start.
The win over Rotherham has pushed Wolves into 14th spot in England’s second tier, and they are still five points away from the play-off spots.
Wolves’ next match comes against Nottingham Forest at Molineux on Friday evening.