Steve Bull: Let's begin the new year with a Wolves win

First things first, good riddance to 2020 and let’s hope that this year brings more happiness to all Wolves fans.

Wolverhampton Wanderers players huddle before the Manchester United game (AMA)
Wolverhampton Wanderers players huddle before the Manchester United game (AMA)

Fingers crossed, out of darkness cometh light and we will all finally be back at Molineux in the coming months.

For now, the onus is on kicking off the new year in style at Brighton.

We have got a few decent fixtures coming up now, so let’s try to make the most of them and get some wins on the board.

Brighton, of course, will not be easy. They play some decent football.

I have watched them a few times on the telly over the past couple of months, and they seem a half-decent side who may be a bit lower down in the table than they should be.

Both teams like to play in the right way, so hopefully it will make for a good game – and it is all about who wants it more.

We want to get back up that table, so we need to go down there and give it a proper go.

The transfer window is upon us and we all know Wolves need to bring in another striker.

It is something that you want to see sorted as soon as possible, too.

Looking at what we have got at the minute, there just isn’t that ruthless centre forward and Raul Jimenez has been greatly missed.

Fabio Silva, to be fair to the lad, has come in and looked handy in the games he has played.

He has definitely got something in his locker but, ultimately, he is a bit too young at the moment.

Against Tottenham, when he had that last-minute header, a striker with a little more experience may well have put that away.

Silva is one for the future and is coming along nicely.

The main priority now, though, is getting somebody in who has done it in the Premier League and can score us those vital goals over the second half of the season.

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