Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Dean Saunders has warned opposition teams that they will not know how to play against his side.
The former Welsh international replaced Stale Solbakken as Wolves manager two weeks ago and after opening up with a 1-1 draw at home to Blackburn Rovers, Saunders has insisted that he is hoping to install a bit of unpredictability at Molineux.
Saunders told the Birmingham Mail: "I haven't got a style of football. If people watch us over six games they won't be able to say how we play.
"They won't be able to work out what is happening because there's a bit of everything in there. You can only do what the opposition let you do.
"We'll play out from the back if a team lets us. I set the team up to play football and if the other team lets us we'll carry on doing it. If they stop us that means they are committing a lot of people forward to press us. You then have to go down a different road."
Saunders takes charge of his second game at Wolves on Saturday, when they play Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough.