Wolves Captain Conor Coady has challenged his teammates to learn from the baptism of fire from the hands of Manchester City last night.
The Citizens as usual went on rampage last with a 4-1 demolition of their opponents.
Coady told the club’s website: “There was a belief from the start. It might not look it in the first-half, but you have to bide your time, frustrate and stay in the game as much as possible.
That was the plan, we knew they’d have good possession of the ball, but when we had it, make good use of it and I thought we did it second-half.
“We need to learn from what we’ve done there tonight because we were right in it, we were defending well, we got it to 1-1, and we thought we could defend and counter attack with the pace we had on the pitch.
“We need to learn, we’re young team, learning every week, every single day in training. We’ll look at where we’ve gone wrong because it did go wrong, we conceded four goals, and we don’t want to do that, so we’ll learn, improve and look forward to Saturday.”
Coady and his men will next face Aston Villa a tie which equally promises to be a hard nut to crack