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.


Wolverhampton’s 4-1 triumph against Swindon Town is the 9th consecutive victory for the team of Kenny Jacket which is a record breaking accomplishment for the League One club but the head coach has stated that the league is still far from over and his players should continue focusing on getting more positive results and snatch a promotion spot for the Championship League.

“It is a fantastic achievement by the players, it should be commended,” he said.

“The bigger picture is progression, but along the way we are very pleased. What the club record has done is put us in a position where it is in our hands and we are not chasing, that’s a good position to be in’’.

“There is no breathing space though, and our own good form and good play will shape our destiny’’.

“There are tough games and some tough places to go. It is not that we can just slacken off and expect to finish in the top two. We haven’t got the luxury of a ten-point gap, nor have any of the other clubs. So going into the last dozen games we need a sprint finish and get as many of the 36 points available as possible’’. Wolverhampton’s tactician, Kenny Jacket stated.

The League One club will also be setting a record for the biggest away attendance in a league match when they travel to the MK Stadium and face off against MK Dons on March 29. Initially there was an allocation of 6,500 tickets for the match but it was later increased to 8,000.

Kenny Jacket’s team so far is enjoying a positive season and they will need to continue their fine form if they want to earn a promotion spot to the Championship League and later to the Premier League.


Wolverhampton Wanderers will be hosting a tough match against Port Vale during the weekend and it also promises to start a hectic period of matches between now and the start of April.

Wolves, though, come into the fixture on the back of a good run of form, which has seen them in the last six matches without exception. There are also dreaming of a top position by the end of the weekend. Leyton Orient could possibly stay in touch with them with a win in their match, but Wolves already have two matches in hand over the second-placed team. This could potentially give them a six-point advantage should they win both matches.

However, the result danger of Wolves getting caught in the midst of chasing several records. The club is extremely close to beating its previous record of eight consecutive victories. They have already kept three clean sheets in a row.

Four clean sheets in a row will be enough to equal the previous record. Manager Kenny Jackett, though, has stated that it is about time that the club stopped worrying about the records and instead focused only on getting the results. He knows that the club has gone through a lot of difficult periods in the last few years. Now, however, they have a great opportunity to celebrate the title if they maintain focus.

“We’ve done OK so far, and it’s nice to chase records and get pats on the back, but for us, our whole season is ahead of us and that’s exciting. It’s exciting to be in a promotion race – it’s something we should enjoy. Monday morning we started preparing for Port Vale and football is very much like that, because if you do dwell on anything for too long, you end up on your backside,” said Jackett.


The English defender Danny Batth has been given contract extension at Wolverhampton Wanderers.

The 23 years old centre back has been at the Wolverhampton ground since his childhood days. He had joined the club academy way back in 2000 and played for the youth team for some years before making his first team debut in 2009. It took him a few years to cement his place in the first team, but, in the last couple of seasons, he has been a regular member of the Wolverhampton squad.

Batth has so far made 38 league appearances for the Wolves and has found the back of the net on a couple of occasions.

The Wolverhampton CEO Mr. Jez Moxey told the reporters yesterday about Batth’s contract being extended.
Moxey said, “I am glad to announce that Danny is going to stay at Wolverhampton for another 3 seasons. He is a product of our academy and has been an amazing performer for us in the last couple of years. He has shown great professionalism not only on the pitch, but, off it as well.”

“Now that he has no worries about his future, I expect him to make further improvements in his game and continue to be a vital part of our squad.”

The reason Batth has played so less for the Wolves in the last 4 years is that he had been getting placed on loan quite frequently before the 2012-2013 Season. The previous season was the first one that he spent entirely at the Wolverhampton ground.

The three clubs that Batth has played for on loan so far are Colchester United, Sheffield United and Sheffield Wednesday. But, it doesn’t seem that the Wolves management would place him on loan again in near future.

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.