Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo pulled no punches after seeing his side lose 2-0 at home to Huddersfield earlier today, labelling his sides performance as one of the worst of his Molineux reign.
Most fans and pundits had Wolves down as one of the bankers of the weekend, but a double from Australian midfielder Aaron Mooy saw David Wagner’s Huddersfield move out of the relegation zone and up to 14th place in the Premier League table.
Speaking after the game Portuguese coach Nuno admitted his side were poor and revealed that he needs to get to the bottom of why his team performed so badly.
“It was probably one of the worst performances we have had. We have to take a good look, find out why and prepare better,” Santo told BBC’s MOTD.
“We were slightly better in the second half but not enough; we were too far apart from each other. The team never felt together in both parts of the game – offensively and defensively.
“My job is easy: I have to find out why.
“We know that happiness doesn’t last forever but this is how you show your character, bouncing back from these moments.”