Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Stale Solbakken says that the club are still suffering from a "hangover" following last season's relegation to the Championship.
Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Stale Solbakken has admitted that the club are still suffering from a "hangover" following last season's relegation.
Since the Black Country side finished rock-bottom of the Premier League in May, Steven Fletcher, Matt Jarvis and Christophe Berra have all requested transfers.
"Everything's a little unsettled," explained Solbakken. "It would be stupid to say everything is fine because it's not.
"There's a hangover after three years in the Premier League. It's a mentally tough situation to then go back to the Championship."
Wolves begin their Football League campaign with a trip to Leeds United on Saturday.
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