Nathan Judah's Wolves notebook vs Sheffield United
Nathan Judah gives his notebook thoughts following Wolves' 2-1 defeat vs Sheffield United.
There's no way to replace Pedro Neto, but we did wonder whether it would be just the one change from Gary O'Neil.
In the end he's gone for two - Sasa Kalajdzic gets his first start of the season and Tommy Doyle comes into the side at the expense of Boubacar Traore.
It's absolutely pouring and coming here, a big man up top who's already scored two important goals this season could be inspired.
I'd expect that we'll get to see him for about 60 mins, but with the likes of Sarabia, Fabio, Bellegarde, Joao Gomes on the bench, there are plenty of options and tactical changes GON can make depending on the game situation.
Doyle I'm sure will get a great reception and maybe knowing the ground inside out following his successful loan spell here has got him the nod.
In these conditions it will be imperative that he uses the ball well and can find the likes of Cunha and Hwang as crucial outlets.
Good start by Wolves, but goodness me Sheffield United are there for the taking.
I guess that's what one point all season will do to you - there's no urgency or pressing and they're just sitting back and allowing Wolves to play.
Despite all the threat in the first half, the lack of clear cut chances is frustrating.