Wolves defender Danny Batth has insisted that the club has not achieved anything yet, despite the Midlanders sitting top of the Championship table going into the international break.
The impressive home grown defender has been a model of consistency for new manager Nuno Santo this season, but insists that a lot of the praise should be given to the management team, while he also says that the team should not be labelled as a ‘foreign club’.
Speaking to the Mirror in a lengthy interview about some of his off field ambitions, Batth spoke about Wolves’ title challenge and playing style, and seemed impressed with how his team are going about their business so far.
“Nuno and his staff came in with a clear plan of what they wanted to do, how we were going to do it, and the British lads have blended well with the signings who came in from abroad. Possession is key to how we want to play, but without the ball we have also been resilient and hard to break down.” Batth said.
Batth also was sure that the Molineux faithful ‘like what they are seeing’ and insisted that the likes of homegrown talents like himself and Jack Price have been just as crucial a part of the success as the host of foreign imports in the squad.
Wolves fans, what do you think to Batth this season? Playing well? Let us know in the comments!