Paul Lambert says the feel-good factor is flowing through Wolves

Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Paul Lambert

Wolves travel to Wales this evening as they look to build upon their battling 4-4 draw with Fulham at the weekend.

It has been a difficult few months to be a Wolves fan with the club going through a number of difficult changes this season. First, Walter Zenga came and went in under 100 days as he failed to get his team going in his short spell.

Paul Lambert has since been installed and he has started to get the team firing, however, they are still in trouble as the relegation zone snaps at their heels. After their 4-4 draw with play-off chasing Fulham though, Paul Lambert feels that there is a feel good factor flowing through the club, as he told the Express and Star.

Wolves were in awesome form in the second-half of their weekend game as they somehow came back from 3-1 down to lead 4-3 in the 90th minute, courtesy of Dave Edwards' late strike. However, their celebrations were cut short as Fulham found the back of the net in injury time to snatch two of the three points away from Wolves. While some may see it as two points dropped, coming back from two goals down to earn a point should be seen as a positive. 

Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Paul LambertWolverhampton Wanderers manager Paul Lambert

Lambert will be desperate to see this positivity taken into their game against Cardiff as he told the Express and Star: "We’ve only been here four games and we have had to rectify many things that were wrong while also trying to win games. But there’s a better feeling around the club now and I think that’s important".

"You can see it in the way the lads are playing at the minute, they are full of confidence. They are looking forward to Cardiff and we definitely look a threat, that’s for sure".

"We look a team capable of scoring goals. But we know and understand we have got to be better defensively".

Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Paul LambertWolverhampton Wanderers manager Paul Lambert

There is no reason why Wolves cannot push on from their draw with Fulham as it constituted yet another positive step forward for the Wanderers. They need to continue this positivity across the entirety of the festive period, which begins against Cardiff this evening.

A victory against the struggling Welsh team would see Lambert's side put more ground between themselves and the relegation zone, as the manager seeks to turn their poor form around and embark on a run that could potentially see them climb the table.

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