Kevin McDonald today warned League One Wolves are ready to continue to pick their rivals’ pockets as the third tier’s smash-and-grab kings.
Wolves maintained their excellent start to the season with Saturday’s 2-0 win against struggling Sheffield United, who plunged to the bottom after their sixth consecutive league defeat.
Kenny Jackett’s side go to mid-table Colchester on Saturday seeking their eighth victory in 10 games in 2013-14. But their impressive results have been in contrast to some unconvincing performances.
And playmaker McDonald admitted: “We’re a bit of a smash-and-grab team at the moment. The first half on Saturday wasn’t impressive in the slightest, we know that.
“We sat off them and let them play, but in the second half we pushed on more and put them under a lot of pressure. We just need to get it all to click together now.
“You can’t over-analyse it, though; the manager will sit down and tell us what we need to do and what not to do, and we’ll take it from there and move on to the next game.
“We’re at Colchester this weekend and that will be another hard game.
“Three points are three points, though.”