Wolves aim to get back on track
Wolves head coach Nuno Espirito Santo is ready for a busy week, as he aims to ensure his side's Championship promotion charge does not come off the rails.
The Molineux outfit have gone three games without a win in just over a week, being held to draws by both Preston North End and Norwich City, before being beaten 2-0 at Fulham on Saturday.
The team needs to improve in every aspect, both defence and offensive.Nuno Espirito Santo
However, the Wolves boss is not about to panic, with his side still ten points clear of third-placed Aston Villa despite their recent dip in form.
The Portuguese told his club's official website: "It's our work to analyse and this week will be good for us because we can breathe and refocus. We're going to fix the problems, we'll find the right solutions.
"The team needs to improve in every aspect, both defence and offensive. We are conceding goals, so we'll look at everything as we always do.
"They were the better team and we struggled to go out and get possession, it's the reality of football and we keep on going. The focus is exactly the same, but we must do better.
"Fulham deserved it. They have good momentum and are a good team."
Wolves are back in action next Saturday when they play host to Reading, who have won just once in their last 13 league games.
The hosts are 4/9 to claim all three points at Molineux and are 5/1 to secure a 2-0 victory, with Wolves 5/1 to win the game 1-0.
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