Tuesday July 10, 2018
WOLVERHAMPTON team boss Peter Adams insists the club won’t settle for anything less than the best from their riders.

His message comes after Monday’s 41-49 home defeat to new Premiership leaders Somerset, in what was a first league loss at Monmore this year for the Parrys International Wolves.

While admitting the injury absence of Kyle Howarth has been a big blow in recent weeks, Adams has also acknowledged there are other problems which need addressing.

And with the club anticipating new greensheet averages in the not too distant future following the closure of Rye House, Adams has revealed team changes are possible.

“We’ve been considering changes for some time, but there’s no point making changes for changes sake,” Adams told.

“When you make changes they need to be significant when they happen.

“There’s a lot of movement in the averages at the moment which we’re a bit unsure about.

“We’re not sure what’s happening with rider’s figures from any Rye House meetings at the moment.

“And that could have a big effect, especially from our point of view because we scored 102 against them over our two matches.

“So if our own averages get adjusted with those results removed then that’s going to make a significant difference.

“We’re just waiting at the moment to see what the BSPA are going to do about that situation.

“But one thing you can be sure of is we won’t sit here on our hands doing nothing.

“We’ve looked pretty fragile in our last few home meetings to be honest.

“Yes we’ve missed Kyle badly but providing he comes through Sheffield’s match on Friday okay, he’ll be back in the side for when Swindon come to us next Monday.

“But as we’ve shown in the past few seasons, we won’t tolerate anything other than getting to the play-offs and that’s still the position.”

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