Tommy Doyle is optimistic about Wolverhampton Wanderers’ chances for a successful season, believing that the team’s talented squad and dedicated benched players will play a crucial role. In their recent match against Bournemouth, Doyle, a midfielder, made a significant impact as a substitute, contributing to the team’s comeback victory. Late substitute Sasa Kalajdzic scored the winning goal in the 88th minute.
Doyle believes that such substitutions will be beneficial for Wolves throughout the season as long as the squad remains prepared to seize their opportunities. He praised the team’s collective effort and determination to make a difference when called upon, emphasizing the importance of hard work and readiness.
Reflecting on the match, Doyle expressed his satisfaction with his own performance and his eagerness to continue learning and improving under the current manager and coaching staff. He finds the prospect of playing alongside talented teammates exciting and is committed to putting in strong performances.
Regarding head coach Gary O’Neil, who downplayed his return to the club that previously dismissed him, Doyle acknowledged the significance of the victory for O’Neil but emphasized that the players’ primary focus is on following the coach’s principles and playing the way he instructs. Winning every game is their goal.
Wolves’ recent successful streak has earned them 11 points from nine games, prompting Doyle to express confidence in the team’s potential for the season. He believes in the quality of the squad, the players’ willingness to learn and work hard for each other, and their ability to continue improving as the season progresses.