COADY’S BUSTING TO FIND THE NET
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