Henry: New system suits Wolves

24 February 2010 10:58
Henry feels the Molineux outfit were "too gung-ho" earlier in the campaign when operating with a 4-4-2 formation and paid the penalty with teams catching them out on the counter-attack.[LNB]The Wolves captain is confident the current system makes Mick McCarthy's side tougher to break down but has also resulted in them creating more chances.[LNB]Henry said: "How am I finding the five-man midfield? I am enjoying playing like that.[LNB]"We are still creating chances, probably more so than when we were using the 4-4-2 system.[LNB]"A lot of teams play with three in the middle and there has been a definite improvement in our performances since we have gone to the five-man midfield.[LNB]"The formation suits us and is instilled in us now.[LNB]"We know the way the gaffer wants to play that formation and, definitely away from home, you don't need to be charging forward and being too gung-ho.[LNB]"That is something we might have been guilty of earlier in the season.[LNB]"We were attacking teams too much and getting picked off. We seem to have combated that - although it still doesn't guarantee winning games."[LNB]Henry believes the sparkling form of Doyle has allowed Wolves to play the current system with some success.[LNB]He said: "Kevin is fine on his own up front. I don't think he needs much help.[LNB]"I don't think we could do if we didn't have someone like him up there.[LNB]"His performances have been fantastic for us."[LNB][LNB]

Source: Team_Talk