Wolves midfielder Stephen Hunt has said that Wolverhampton Wanderers need to show some consistency in order to show that they can survive in the Premier League. Wolverhampton Wanderers are going through a tough period right now, with the team unable to put together a string of results.
As a result, they are sliding down the table pretty quickly, and the prospect of relegation now seems to be a distinct possibility.
Wolves are favourites for the drop according to the Betfair premier league betting index, and will have to improve their performances in the second half of the season if they are to remain in the Premiership.
However, Wolves midfielder Stephen Hunt has said that the team can progress of the table by sharing some consistency in the forthcoming Christmas fixture list.
It is easier said than done, but Wolves boss Mick McCarthy believes that he can bring the change with the team. Wolves will be facing Norwich at the Molineux and the team will be hoping for a better support from the crowd this time around. The home supporters have been extremely critical of Mick McCarthy this season, and this has been one of the recent for Wolves not being able to perform at home.
Previously, this was the basis for their survival and Mick McCarthy needs to bring back that feeling once again to the Molineux. They seem to be showing some kind of form at home by taking a number of points against Wigan, Swansea, and Sunderland.
Now, Stephen Hunt says that it is vital for Wolves to maintain that. “It seems crazy having these must-win and six-pointers every third or fourth game. It’s because we haven’t been able to build on the wins we’ve had and get a little run together. That’s the most frustrating thing – we’ve not been able to get a good result on the back of a good result," Stephen Hunt said after the defeat at the hands of Stoke City during the weekend. Wolves lost the match despite taking the lead.
Wolves relegation battle isn't helped by teams around them managing to get shock results against Manchester United and the other big teams.