Wolves’ brilliant run of form came to an end last weekend after they saw defeat at the hands of Watford at Molineux.
Goals from Etienne Capoue and Roberto Pereyra condemned Nuno Espirito Santo’s men to only their second Premier League loss of the season, and captain Conor Coady is adamant that his side must not stray away from their current game plan despite their recent setback.
“We’re not used to playing other formations so we stick to what we know,” the Wolves defender told the Express and Star.
“We’re good in that formation [3-4-3]. We’ve just got to listen and learn as much as possible. That’s our shape. If you start changing it, it gets worse.
“You’re always hoping to get better and willing to get better. We’ll improve on our shape, the way we play, and hopefully we’ll get better.”
Under Nuno, Wolves have been lining up in a 3-4-3 formation and have already achieved some brilliant results with it so far this season having held both Manchester City and Manchester United to draws.
Considering that and the players Nuno has at disposal, it would be crazy for the Portuguese coach to start chopping and changing things after just their second Premier League defeat of the campaign.
Wolves will now be looking to bounce back with a win when they travel to the Amex on Saturday to face Brighton, and the 2017/18 Championship winners have every chance of coming out as victors in their current set up — something they must persist with, as alluded to by Coady.
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