After four games back in the Championship, many Wolves fans would have hoped for a few more points than four.
With one win and a draw at Molineux, partnered with two away defeats, Wolves ended our first month back in the second tier of English football 19th in the table.
With Blackpool and Nottingham Forest the only two sides still undefeated this season it’s not exactly panic time just yet, but why the slow start?
“We knew that this would be a difficult period with Kightly, Fletcher and Jarvis going and we need to build a new team,” a reflecting Ståle Solbakken told Wolves Official Website.
He continued: “We also needed to get last season`s hangover out of the way and I still think there was a little bit of that left.
“We need to get rid of that and build up our own identity and at the moment we are not there yet.
Vital Wolves Comment: Making excuses or genuine reasons why we have started off life in the Championship a bit slowly?
Of course a new squad does take time to gel and the loses of three quality players will of course affected us a bit, but Solbakken has appeared to have been given a free reign on rebuilding the squad with nine additions over the summer and yet only three of those new faces made it into the starting eleven against Cardiff.
Is the relegation hangover a valid point when he’s had the chance to refresh the squad as much as he has? Blackburn are second afterall? Or does it smack of getting the excuses in early?
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