Wolverhampton Wanderers have improved over recent weeks.
Speaking to reporters, Wolves boss Paul Lambert insisted that he will not discourage his side from attacking, despite concerns about the amount of goals they have been shipping of late, as quoted by the Express & Star.
The Black Country outfit are in a much more comfortable position in the Championship table, after back-to-back victories in the league, and for the first time in a long time, Wolves fans can look forward with anticipation, rather than trepidation.
And Lambert spoke to the media, highlighting his side's flair as something that he loves, and will never try to take away from them, as quoted by the Express & Star:
Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Paul Lambert
"I love the flair we've got and I'll not deviate from that. I love attacking players and goals. The team I built at Norwich was the same – we used to ship goals there as well. But going forward we were excellent."
The Wolves manager then went on to highlight the amount of exciting attacking options that he has at his disposal, as quoted by the Express & Star:
"I love what we've got here. It all depends on your personnel. When you walk into this place and you've got the two wide lads Costa and Cavaleiro and then Bright, plus Dicko coming back. I just saw the attacking options and the variation, plus Mason I knew all about and Bodvarsson has been brilliant for us, so the attacking options here dictated what I wanted to do."
Wolves manager Paul Lambert
Lambert's men now face two games in three days, against Queens Park Rangers at home and Sheffield Wednesday away, and six points from those outings will ensure that the Wolves revival is well and truly underway.
The Championship table is so tight, that they find themselves in 15th position, but just 12 points adrift of the play-off spots.
Is it too late to rule Wolves out of a push for the promotion spots? Never say never.