Kenny Jackett today challenged Wolves to rediscover their creative ‘spark’ to ignite Molineux – and declared James Henry was the shining light to do it.
Wolves go into tonight’s visit of Oldham having drawn their last two games against Notts County in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy – when they eventually went out on penalties – and Coventry in League One on Saturday, when they were forced to settle for a 1-1 stalemate.
Head coach Jackett believes Wolves must create more opportunities and become more fluent after forcing Sky Blues keeper Joe Murphy into just one save at the weekend.
“We definitely haven’t created enough clear-cut chances in our last two home games,” said the boss, who tried to sign Latics boss Lee Johnson for Swansea when the League’s youngest boss – 32 – was at Watford.
“We’ve just got to look at ways of perhaps creating more chances, particularly at home.
“At home we need to keep working away to find that spark which will get us goals to make us consistent winners.
“James is very good, he makes chances every game with his crosses and passes.”