Graham is still learning to adapt to life in the first team at Molineux, and he admits that he was very frustrated after one of his recent displays.
The youngster felt that he let himself down with the quality of his delivery, but Jackett was on hand to offer him some encouragement.
“My set pieces at one of our recent games weren’t great and I was quite frustrated," the flamboyant winger said.
“The gaffer told me that everyone has bad days and that I have a really good delivery and just needed to keep doing what I was doing.
“Hopefully the consistency will come and I can keep adding to the tally.”
Graham obviously sets high standards for himself, as Wolves fans have not been disappointed with one of his performances so far.
The 20-year-old may have only played eight times, but he has caught the eye in every appearance he has made.
Graham has won Wolves’ Man of the Match award in his last six outings, and he is rapidly establishing himself as the club’s main creative outlet.
Graham has already claimed five assists, and he opened his professional goalscoring account by netting in a 2-0 win over Charlton Athletic on Monday.
The former Aston Villa man’s good form is set to be rewarded in the near future, with Jackett confirming he will be offered a new contract at his press conference today - as reported by the Daily Mirror.