Wolves captain Conor Coady has assessed Wolves start to Bruno Lage’s first season in charge.

England international Coady has acknowledged it has been a mixed bag and has said there are plenty of changes under Lage.

Speaking on Sky Sports Premier League at 11:05am, Coady shared his thoughts.

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“Indifferent,” said Coady when asked to assess Wolves’ start to the season. “At the start of the season, we were playing really well. Really well.

“I thought we were on the wrong end of some results. The 1-0s against Manchester United, Tottenham and Leicester, they were tough to take.

 

“We have picked up a little bit, we’re still trying to improve and get better but the most important thing is we’re picking up results. We’re enjoying it and learning every day. Bruno has changed a lot.

“People look at it; Wolves are playing 3-4-3, it’s the same – it’s not. We’re trying to be more aggressive, win the ball higher up the pitch, more aggressive going for goal. We have a lot more meetings, a lot has changed but it’s been great.”

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Wolves are now looking for that balance between the open football of the first three games of the season with the solidity on show now.

That is what Lage’s work is geared towards and that will take Wolves onto a new level following on from Nuno Espirito Santo’s good work.

Coady is still a key part of that, with his leadership and quality in possession.

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