Jackett 'hurt' by their FA Cup exit

Wolves’ chief coach Kenny Jackett stated that he was really offended by 2 - 1 loss to Oldham on Tuesday night in their FA Cup 1st round replay. Kenny has the solace of seeing his team top of the League One chart. They just lost one time in 16 matches. Even without their key players Kevin Doyle, Bakary Sako and James Henry, he believes that Wolves let themselves down in this match.

According to reports, the Wolves coach told that there is much bigger picture overall, but this hurts. They should have done well with this team. Just less than one month ago, Wolves had defeated Oldham 2 – 0 in League One.

But, having then been booked 1 - 1 by Latics at the Boundary Park when these 2 teams were coupled together once again in the Cup. According to Kenny, Oldham deserved to win because they had more appetite for the match than they did. He added that people had chances and must have made better instances. Till the previous quarter, when they changed to a diamond, they did not get though the final 3rd.

Earlier the Wolves coach stated that on-loan Millwall footballer Henry would be out for some weeks with groin injury. However, he was not yet sure of the total extent of the hamstring injury of Sako. Kenny told that his hamstring is tight. He was left as a safeguard; therefore, they do not know as of now. He added that they would see whether he plays any part in the upcoming 3 games - against Peterborough, Brentford and Tranmere.