The Wolves manager Stale Solbakken has said that he is still a confident that he can help the club get clear of the relegation trouble after the latest defeat against Millwall left them in the 18th position just a few places above the relegation zone.
The Norwegian Stale Solbakken was appointed by the club for the start of the season looking to get the club back into the Premier league. However, they have struggled to get results of late and they have slipped to the 18th position as a result of it. The club is now winless in the last nine matches, while they have lost six matches during this period.
Their latest loss came in the 1-0 defeat against Millwall during the weekend. Fans were extremely critical of the management and the playing staff after the match, but Stale Solbakken has said that he still has complete faith that he is the right man for the job. Wolves are just seven points about the relegation zone and with the recent run of form, they will slip into even bigger trouble if results do not improve over the next few matches. The position of the manager has come under a lot of scrutiny in recent weeks due to this poor form.
“I’m worried about the situation because we aren’t winning and it’s the manager’s job to make sure we do.
But I’m full of confidence that I will turn this around and that I’m the right man. Successful “I think the players have that feeling as well – I don’t think I have to win them over. I have the biggest responsibility and I won’t hide from that. I’m the man who has to get confidence back in the team,” said the Wolves manager after the match against Millwall.