Tongo Doumbia wants Wolves to get physical as they look to kick-start their season once again with three of their next four games at Molineux.
Wanderers were flying high in third place a month ago after five wins from six games but the Black Country club have now plummeted to 13th in the Championship table having failed to win any of their last five.
Home matches against Brighton, Nottingham Forest and Millwall now sandwich a trip to Watford, and midfielder Doumbia told the club's official website: "I think we have been below par in some of the last few games.
"We have had some very good possession but have come across a number of teams who have been able to stop us playing. Technically I think we are superior to a lot of teams in this division but the physical side has not been there in recent games and we need to find that balance.
"I think maybe the last five teams have done their homework and have been physical enough to stop us. I think maybe they can ruffle us by stopping us playing.
"I feel we will overcome it because we have strong players as well and just need to find the right balance between the physical and technical sides of the game. We maybe haven't had that in recent games but we can find it and if we do we will pick up points."
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what do you think?
Has I've previously stated on here we'll never be any good has long has we have the likes of Henry ward Stearman berra Edwards playing yet again let down by the board everything done on the cheap and now we've got a manager whose not much better than the last one his signings have hardly set the world on fire as I said above cheap option