Wolverhampton Wanderers defender Richard Stearman says that the club are definitely on the right path under the management of Kenny Jackett despite failing to get into the play-offs at the last moment.
Birmingham City captain Paul Robinson has claimed that he will be carrying on his role at the club despite the intense criticism that he received after the 4-2 defeat against Wolves. The loss against the table leaders largely came about as a result of Robinson conceding two penalties.
Wolves hopes of promotion took a major hit after the team that defeated 2-1 for a second consecutive match, but this time at the hands of Middlesbrough.
League One outfit Wolves suffered a third consecutive defeat in the league and it pushes them closer towards the drop zone.
Even though they have a four-point cushion over Colchester United, who occupy the final relegation spot, this gap does not seem like much given that Colchester have a game in hand.
With a tally of 33 goals in 30 matches, Wolverhampton Wanderers is the lowest scoring club in the top 10 spots of the English Championship League. It hasn’t been a very prolific season for the attackers of Wolverhampton in this season with a large amount of matches in the league ending in draws or in victories by a slight margin.
Kenny Jackett is hoping and wants to see his team start being more productive when it comes to scoring goals and begin to win in a convincing fashion instead of just barely scrapping a victory.