Matt Jarvis shares ‘the biggest thing’ Gary O’Neil has done at Wolves in six months

Matt Jarvis has spoken about his former teammate and current Wolves manager Gary O’Neil, highlighting one of his biggest achievements during his six months at the club.

Wolves fans are overjoyed with Gary O’Neil after his impressive start at Molineux.
The club’s financial issues were revealed last summer, causing upheaval.

It was a painful summer that ended with Julen Lopetegui departing the club just days before the start of the new season.

When O’Neil took over as his replacement, many Wolves fans were concerned.

Former Molineux winger Matt Jarvis believes O’Neil made the right decision early on, citing his exceptional performance.

Matt Jarvis shares 'the biggest thing' Gary O'Neil has done at Wolves in six  months

Matt Jarvis compliments Gary O’Neil for encouraging the Wolves players to believe in him.
Jarvis appeared on the Wolves Weekly podcast and discussed the club’s recent triumph over Tottenham Hotspur.
Jarvis, like so many other fans, is enjoying what the Wolves are accomplishing this season, and he is especially pleased to see O’Neil performing so well. Jarvis got to know O’Neil and what he’s all about at West Ham and Norwich City.

In his opinion, one of the best things O’Neil has done at Wolves is persuade the players to believe in him.

He stated, “I believe he’s been sensational since he’s been there.” The most impressive thing to me is how he has gotten everyone to buy into everything he is trying to do. Everyone was buying in for the first few weeks, and then he got a couple outcomes, which you can see, and the gamers were like, ‘Actually, this is wonderful’. They appear to be thoroughly enjoying the lessons and games. They all believe anything he says.

“That’s what I mean when you get to the conclusion of the game and everyone is pushing him ahead. They have so much respect and appreciation for him because they see how much work he does behind the scenes.

A very underestimated portion of O’Neil’s career at Wolves.
O’Neil deserves huge credit for convincing everyone to believe in him.

Simply because of how crazy things were when he arrived, and Lopetegui leaving in the manner that he did.

Max Kilman stated that the Spaniard’s departure had generated chaos in the dressing room, and there was a real risk of things going wrong.

But O’Neil has come in and done an excellent job, and you can sense the team’s unity and the bond between the players and the fans on match days.

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