Bristol City defender Scott Golbourne explains why he was happy to get away from Kenny Jackett

The left-back now has more freedom to attack.

Wolverhampton Wanderers were again left frustrated with their manager Kenny Jackett at the weekend - as they appear to be losing patience with his defensive style of play.

Now one former Wolves player has been speaking of how much he is enjoying football since he left Wolves and the Jackett style of play.

Scott Golbourne returned to former club Bristol City in the January transfer window and has impressed since arriving at Ashton Gate.

One thing he has been afforded at his new home is ample chances to push forward into attacking positions. Speaking to the official Bristol City website he made it clear this was not something that was tolerated at Molineux:

“He’s saying I need to get back to the way I used to play – a much more attacking style of play.

“Over the last year or 18 months I’ve had to adjust my game slightly. Previously, at Wolves, I had more of a defensive style due to the way they play...

“I’m really starting to enjoy my football again – it wasn’t that I wasn’t enjoying it; I think I just forgot what playing football was really about.

“I enjoy passing the ball and playing at a tempo with lots of spirit and enthusiasm. For me it’s been fantastic since he’s come in.”

This is indicative of the way things are at Wolves right now, in many of the fans eyes. Talented players are being shackled by negative spoil tactics in regards to the Wolves style of play.

Golbourne is a much better player when he is given freedom to attack and Bristol City will reap the rewards of that side of his game.

Meanwhile Wolves boss Jackett might need to change things up if he is going to hang around at the club much longer.

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