Kenny Jackett was appointed as the new head coach of Wolverhampton on May 31 of 2013 and the 52 years old English tactician has been going through a series run for the former Watford player.

Jackett has less than 12 months in charge of Wolverhampton but he has already received nominations of Manager of the month award which is thanks to his impressive series of positive results at one point in time, the League One club earned 10 points from 4 matches.

Wolverhampton enjoyed their best ever start in a league campaign during the 2013/14 season and all of the positive consistent results is being noted by players of the squad themselves as David Edwards revealed the impact that Kenny Jackett and his signings have made.

“I think everyone he’s signed has made a big impact,” said Edwards.

“You look at James Henry, Michael Jacobs, Kevin McDonald, Scott Golbourne they’re all key. He’s signed bargains and Scott has been brilliant since he came he’s improved so much’’.

“He’s the best left back in the league for me, he’s so good and calm on the ball’’.

“I can’t believe Derby let Michael Jacobs go for that price (£150,000) he was a snip because he’s worth well over £1m. He’s been a good signing for Wolves and he’s only young as well at 22. It’s great for the club that the manager has signed players like him’’.

“You need those players and he works hard as well. It’s a joy to play with these lads because they make it so easy for you to play with.”

Wolverhampton is leading the way at the top of the League One and Edwards is expecting they can maintain their spot until the end of the season.