After our poorest run of form under head coach Nuno Espirito Santo, Wolverhampton Wanderers are back on the proverbial horse and have picked up back to back victories against Chelsea and Newcastle United and we head into the more festive fixtures in the Premier League sat in tenth place.
With another very winnable game in the eyes of many this coming weekend as we host Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth side at the Molineux, everyone will be hoping Santo’s charges can make it three wins on the spin and we can all start looking forward, rather than behind us – but the truth is we were always going to have a wobble in our first year back in the top flight and it was about how we reacted to that and coped with it.
Helping us cope with 2018/19 so far has been the lack of a real injury situation at the club, and following our two wins our medical staff continue to take the plaudits as according to Physioroom.com the only notable absentee from contention continues to be Jonny Castro Otto with his knee ligament injury.
The 24-year-old is now given a timeframe of two weeks for a return to training, so even that is a positive as we head towards the New Year.
Onwards and upwards.