Date: 5th September 2012 at 11:21am
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Wolves may need to continue to take a few more steps backwards before moving forward again according to chief executive Jez Moxey.

After deciding to sack Mick McCarthy amidst a battle for survival in the Premier League and then getting the search for a replacement all wrong over the following weeks and months.

Wolves entered a new era over the summer with the appointment of Stale Solbakken.

Some might call it a gamble, but we won’t really know for sure if it’s one worth taking for a while to come according to Jez.

“It may need to get worse before it gets better and maybe people need to understand that,” the Wolves CEO told Express & Star.

The Wolves board have well and truly backed the new gaffer. He’s been able to mould a whole new squad into his vision.

Players have departed for big fees, whilst over half a dozen new faces have come in.

He continued: “We have to be realistic about what we can achieve given the scale of change.

“We want to win every single game in which we compete but we`ve got half a new team here and everyone needs to find their feet.

He concluded: “We have to get out of this propensity to lose. It hurts the fans and it should hurt everyone in our organisation in equal measure. But we are realistic about the project that has got under way.”

Vital Wolves Comment: The week started with us running an article about Wolves trying to find a new identity and these comments certainly back that.

Did we come to the conclusion that the club was just lining up its excuses early, or are they making valid points?

If so, how long will you remain patient while the building process continues?

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