Kenny Jackett of Wolverhampton Wanderers is eager on reinforcing the attacking department of his squad as the Championship League club has not had such an impressive record of goals scored compared to their previous season when they managed to score 89 goals in 46 matches during their time playing in the League One.
“We’ve played very good football and haven’t been outclassed by anyone, but we’re looking for the right combination along the front line to be more free-flowing in terms of goals scored. If we can find that, we can be a very good team. We’d like to score more goals, and I’m sure the players would like to too’’ Jackett responded after being raised with questions regarding the current condition and situation of his squad.
Bjorn Sigurdarson is a player that could help with Wolverhampton Wanderers goal-drought. Sigurdarson is a 23 year old forward who is currently out on a loan deal performing with the Norwegian team Molde but his parent club is Wolverhampton and his loan contract expires in November.
Wolverhampton signed Sigurdarson on June of 2012 for a price tag of around €2.5 million but he has failed to make an impact with the Championship League club as he only managed to score 5 goals in 37 league appearances during his debut season. The player from Iceland was later loaned out to Molde in a temporary deal which ends in the next few months.
When the loan deal finishes, Sigurdarson will be making his return to Wolverhampton Wanderers with the intention of marking his name in the starting lineup of Kenny Jackett and help the club in achieving their objective of earning a promotion and get into the Premier League but this will depend on whether or not if Sigurdarson has improved since his last spell with the team of Kenny Jackett.