Date: 21st January 2013 at 11:07am
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After two games and two draws, Dean Saunders believes he’s now getting his head around the task in hand at Molineux.

When he first walked in the door his first job was to install his philosophy of hard work and he came across as a bit of a task master.

Then he stated that he would be shedding the size of the squad, something that can also work to inspire players to work harder if they don’t want to lose their place in the team.

Next up is evaluating the squad, working out what players you’ve got and what they can offer you. That then enables you to see your weaknesses and where to improve.

So following relegation from the Premier League and half a season in the Championship which left us in the bottom seven what’s Saunders evaluation?

‘I’m getting a clearer picture of what we need to do well in this league, I don’t think there’s major surgery needed. We just need a bit of tinkering around.’ Saunders told Sky Sports.

He continued: ‘Two games and we’ve let in just one goal so it’s the start I wanted. This will give us some belief after the last away game (FA Cup shock defeat to Luton).

‘I thought Ebanks-Blake looked dangerous. He looked as if he could get a goal for us. Obviously Kevin Doyle is an international, so we have some good players, and they just lack a bit of belief and confidence.

‘If we get a couple of wins, it will be good. It might see players play like they should.’

Vital Wolves Comment: What do you think? Is tinkering all that’s needed?

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