Wolverhampton Wanderers defender Ryan Bennett has outlined what he and his teammates must do in order to turn their form around.
Speaking to the Express and Star, Bennett said they must continue working hard and focus on their ‘beliefs’ as a team.
The 28-year-old has started every one of Wolves’ 13 Premier League matches to date this season, featuring in the back three alongside Conor Coady and Willy Boly.
After getting off to a strong start, Nuno Espirito Santo’s men’s form has dipped over recent matches and the players have now gone five matches without a win.
After holding Arsenal to a draw at the Emirates before the international break, Bennett and co suffered a disappointing home defeat to then bottom Huddersfield Town on Sunday, with the Wolves faithful voicing their frustrations at half and full time.
However, Bennett doesn’t feel any drastic changes need to be made and is confident that the results will come again soon.
The centre-back said:
It’s the first rocky patch we’ve had since I’ve been here. We knew it was going to be tough at the start of the season and now we’re at a stage where we need to try to put things right.
We worked hard during the international break and we’ll continue doing that to get things right as quickly as we can. We’ll keep working hard and doing what we believe in – that will see us through.
Wolves travel to Wales to take on 19th placed Cardiff City on Friday, which could prove to have an extra edge given the fall-out between Nuno and Neil Warnock last season.