Wolves new-boy James Henry today revealed he has been handed a licence to thrill by head coach Kenny Jackett.
The on-loan Millwall winger is expected to go straight into Jackett’s line-up for tomorrow’s trip to Colchester, replacing Dave Edwards on the right side of midfield.
During three seasons in the Championship, Jackett gave Henry the chance to express himself at the New Den.
And Henry, who has signed with a view to a £250,000 permanent deal in January, believes he will be given the same freedom at Molineux.
“He gave me a lot of freedom at Millwall and a lot of responsibility to do my own thing. At the same time, he told me what he wants to do sometimes, so I think it’s just about having that good relationship and understanding of each other,” said Henry.
“Hopefully we can pick up where we left off at Millwall when he was there and keep the good run going. I like to get crosses into the box and create as many chances for other players as I can.
“So my main part of my game is to get assists and I’ll hopefully chip in with a few goals as well.”
Henry has developed a habit of scoring on his debuts for other clubs and has targeted a repeat as Wolves go to the Weston Homes Community Stadium for the first time.
He scored on his full debuts for Reading, Bournemouth on loan and his home bow for Millwall after signing permanently.
“I went on loan to Bournemouth and scored twice on my debut against Bristol Rovers and I scored on my home debut for Millwall, a 35-yarder against Swindon,” he said.
“So it would be nice to emulate that and get a goal tomorrow or Tuesday, whenever I make my debut.
“I just want to come in and play some games, start playing well and help the team too.”