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New Wolves Women manager Trevor Mullings is targeting a top half place in the Northern Division of the FA Women's Premier League.
Following the resignation of James Astle, Trevor stepped up from the reserves to take over the first team as they look to build on last season's consolidation on their return to Premier League.
"I saw a few games last season, and the players that I have inherited have their own qualities and are talented footballers," he said. "There is still work to be done, and I'm always on the lookout to add quality to the squad."
Trevor also insists that he will bring some changes to Wolves' style of play. "You can expect to see more of a passing game, more attacking, with the ball played on the floor, but with the understanding of when to play direct," he replied. "I want the players to be unafraid and show the willingness to try different things in the appropriate area of the pitch, to express themselves which in turn will bring belief.
"I would like our teams to play a short passing game but know when to play the ball long and try to hit teams on a quick counter attack. However, we must not over play.
"My expectations for the new season are to finish above mid-table. I would like to get off to a good start by taking seven points from the first 12 available, and a good Cup run. I believe that this is achievable.
"I am really looking forward to working with this group of players and staff, and above all to enjoy my time here and be successful."
Wolves start their Northern Division season on Sunday 25th August away to Derby County.
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