Wolves must find bite – Henry

The club captain at Molineux feels the showing in the Premier

League clash on Saturday was Wolves’ worst of the season. Mick

McCarthy’s men did rally late on, after falling 3-0 down, but were

unable to undo the damage caused by a slow start and remain second

from bottom in the table. Henry admits the performance against

Bolton fell short of the high standards set by the club, but

insists Wolves are capable of turning their season around. “We’ve

got to keep our heads up,” he told the club’s official website.

“It’s not all doom and gloom because we’ve played some good

football this season and this was possibly our worst performance.

“We’ve got to put things into perspective. “We weren’t at the races

against Bolton but we’ve got another six games coming up which are

massive and potentially winnable. “We’ve got to dust ourselves down

and get back to the drawing board.” Any hope Wolves have of

starting to edge clear of trouble will rest on their ability to cut

out costly errors at crucial times. Henry added: “Again it was a

really sloppy start from us and to go a goal down so early just

killed our gameplan. “I don’t think we really recovered until the

second half but even then we conceded two more sloppy goals. It was

a bad performance from us. “Every game is a battle and a difficult