Kenny Jackett has admitted that there are some issues within the team
Wolves manager Kenny Jackett has admitted that there are some issues within the team that need to be addressed without fail in the summer.
The manager might feel lucky to remain in the job even after such extreme displeasure from the fans towards the end of the season. Wolves came up with stalemate after stalemate towards the end of the season. This form was especially more pronounced at the Molineux stadium, thus adding to the displeasure even more.Jackett consistently maintained throughout the campaign that he wanted his team to be attacking on all fronts.
This, however, was not the case since the manager was criticised on numerous occasions for coming up with a defensive setup in order to prevent a defeat. Failure to go for the victories was branded as the key reason towards Wolves failing to finish in the play-off places. The club could only manage a mid-table finish, which is no longer good enough forJackett or the club. Since the parachute payments will be gone soon, the club will want to return to the top division as soon as possible.Jackett is planning to make some key changes to the squad over the summer. The manager, though, refused to reveal the nature of the changes.
“It’s about trying to sign the right players, make sure we can get a compliment (in the squad), and effective players, and make sure we come out in August with a team that can do very well.I feel we need options up front, that’s the most glaring in terms of recognised centre forwards. We had a spell where we were looking to try to bring Michal Zyro on with Joe Mason and those type of things, when we were relatively safe (from relegation),” said Jackett, who is reportedly keen on strengthening the left side of the team.