Maximilian Kilman spoke with honesty after Wolves’ defeat to Crystal Palace and has called on the players to regroup straight after the international break.
The reverse at Selhurst Park, following two second-half goals, ended the old gold’s unbeaten five-match run, and Wolves rarely a threatened at the other end when looking for a response. Kilman, who signed a new long-term contract at the club this week, says the group need to look at what went wrong and come together when Bruno Lage’s men are back on the training pitch after the international break.
On the defeat
“We simply weren’t good enough. We didn’t show the same bravery and energy we have in previous games. We need to look back, get ready for the next one, and go again.”
On battling with Palace
“Palace have really good players all over the pitch, but we all knew that and we prepared for the game, but today it wasn’t our day.”
On the need to bounce back
“We need to get back on the training pitch, go ahead, regroup and I’m sure after the international break we’ll be firing again, and we’ll go from there.”
On committing his future to Wolves
“It feels great, I’m happy to be at the club for another five years. I need to get my head down, keep working and keep improving. I’m thinking about doing my best for Wolves.”