Defender Nathan Collins has described Wolves’ 4-0 defeat to Leicester City as ’embarrassing’.
Wanderers crashed to their second defeat of the week, after losing 2-1 to Crystal Palace on Tuesday.
The pressure is right back on for Wolves, who are now only off the bottom of the Premier League table by virtue of goal difference.
It was an awful display from Wolves, who lacked a cutting edge as per usual.
Leicester were far more clinical, and made the most of some really poor defending on a couple of the goals.
It was alarming to see such a lack of fight.
The crowd did its level best to get the players going.
But there were just too many people performing way below the expected level, and eventually the frustrations were abundantly clear.
Many fans directed their anger towards technical director Scott Sellars, who has overseen some very questionable decisions at the club in recent times.
After the game, Collins – who was one of only a few Wolves players to acknowledge the fans after the final whistle – gave his thoughts about the result and performance.
He said (Wolves official): “It’s not good enough. End of. It’s nowhere near where we need to be. It’s a shambles, a poor performance. It was embarrassing playing that today, I feel ashamed, for me and the players, and we need a reaction.
“I don’t blame them (fans venting), they spent good money to come and watch us, and they didn’t deserve that from us, it was embarrassing from us, and they deserve better. They deserve for us to at least try hard. We didn’t give them a performance to be proud of.”
Wolves fans need action not words, as Nathan Collins reacts to Leicester thrashing
These comments from Collins will likely be dismissed by the majority of Wolves fans, who are sick and tired of poor results and performances from a supposedly quality squad of players.
It just isn’t good enough.
Wolves may not have a permanent head coach at the moment, but these players need to be taking more responsibility.
Molineux did all it could to spur them on against Leicester.
It is high time those loyal supporters got a performance and result they can be proud of.