The former Wolves midfielder understands the current players plight at home.
Former Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder Jamie O’Hara has been commenting on his time at the club and had some interesting comments for Wolves fans.
The midfielder was speaking to the Championship goals show on Channel 5 when he revealed that when the going got tough during his stint at Molineux the Wolves players ended up preferring to play away from home.
Jamie O'Hara celebrates scoring the second goal for Wolves
O’Hara, who was relegated from both the Premier League and Championship with Wolves, stated:
“If things aren’t going well for you it can be really hard to play at home. We ended up preferring to play away from home because the fans can get frustrated, they have a massive following.
“It was a difficult situation because you are low on confidence things aren’t going well. You’re at a big club like Wolves and you start to doubt yourselves you just feel uncomfortable.”
It seems that the 30-year-old, who was released by Gillingham in September because of injury trouble, understands why the players at Wolves might be struggling under pressure at home this season.
Jamie O'Hara celebrates after scoring the first goal for Wolves
Wolves have lost their last four Championship games at Molineux and have only won twice in the Championship on their own patch this season.
Wolves fans have high expectations of their players but, with good reason.
Molineux - general view
Wolves invested heavily in the summer and the expectation was that they would be battling for the play-offs, not fighting off relegation.
Their next game in front of a home crowd is against Fulham on Saturday the 10th and Wolves’ fans will want to see victory.