Julen Lopetegui supported wolves‘ strikers will put an end to a year-long goal drought.
No striker has scored for the club this season. Premier League since that time Raul Jimenez He hit it off in a 4-0 win over Watford on March 10, 2022.
Matheus Cunha, who came on loan in January and will sign the Wolves’ £43m record at the end of the season, has not yet strayed from the target. Diego CostaJimenez has only scored in the Carabao Cup this season.
The Wolves head to Newcastle five points above the relegation zone on Sunday, and Lopetegui is confident his shooters will reinvent their touch.
“I’m always worried about the team, not just the forwards. Scoring is about the whole team. I think we’re happy with the commitment of the forwards.
“They work hard. Sometimes they give the team a different solution. I’m sure they will score, I don’t know when, but as soon as possible it will be good for them and for us.
“They have to do a lot for the team and they work very hard.”
Adding to the Wolves’ striker problems, Costa is expected to be off the field for up to a month after he suffered a knee injury in Saturday’s 1-0 win over Tottenham. To St James’ Park.
“We will be playing against one of the strongest teams in the Premier League. I like to see them ready to fight for the Champions League as one of the best in the Premier League,” Lopetegui said.
“We’re going there with ambition and thinking we can compete with them. So we’re going to play a tough but exciting game.”
Lopetegui, their coach and team also arrived at the press conference with pizza for the media while having lunch with club staff at Molineux on Wednesday to celebrate Saturday’s unbeaten run against the Spurs.
“We’ll thrive – pizza today and serrano next week,” he joked.
“The club is about all employees, not just players. They work hard for us. This is a nice feeling.”