The Football League Paper - - CHAMPIONSHIP - By Paddy von Behr

A RED card against Brighton in Septem­ber threat­ened to de-rail Conor Coady’s sea­son but the Wolves mid­fielder is back and ready to add goals to his game.

Coady had his two dis­ci­plinary trou­bles early in the sea­son, af­ter ar­riv­ing at Mo­lineux in the sum­mer. He picked up three book­ings in four games, be­fore a red against the Seag­ulls that re­sulted in a month with­out a Wolves ap­pear­ance.

How­ever, the 22-year-old worked his way back into man­ager Kenny Jack­ett’s good books and ad­mits the only thing miss­ing now is a first goal for the club.

“Watch­ing games is the worst thing in the world for a foot­baller,” he said.

“You don’t want to be sat out, but when you are you can watch the games and see the lads play­ing in your po­si­tion.You see what they are do­ing and think about how you can im­prove on it.

“I am made up to be back in the team and want to stay in as long as pos­si­ble.

“I was pleased to get an as­sist last week­end and that is some­thing I need to do more of. I need to get goals as well and I am do­ing ex­tra shoot­ing ses­sions.You need to catch one right.”

EA­GER: Conor Coady

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