NATHAN COLLINS HAS said that Wolves and himself have to share collective responsibility after a string of poor performances this season.
Wolves lie 19th in the league and have struggled for any consistency this year.
Former Spain coach Julian Lopetegui has taken over the reins at Molineux,performances have improved, but results haven't.
Last weekend Wolves played out a 2-2 draw in the FA Cup against Liverpool at the weekend.
Collins was part of that side, but was at fault for Liverpool's first goal on Saturday
Despite this he has stated that he and Wolves need to buck up their ideas going forward and that it is a team effort.
He said: "I'm a young player, people say that, but I still have to bear responsibility when I'm not at it. As a team we have to do that, he told the Express and star
Nathan Collins is refusing to use his age as an excuse, as he calls on every Wolves player to 'bear responsibility' for their own performances.https://t.co/Dw6vZmSMYN
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"We're all together, and everyone is looking better.
"They (the fans) just have to back us.
"They can't control anything other than to support us and it's up to us on the pitch. Once they support us, it gives us motivation."
When asked what Lopetegui has changed to improve Wolves, Collins added: "His urgency, belief in us and his tactics are really good.
"With the staff, everyone is in a good place and confident in their ability.
"He's put that confidence into us. We still have a long way to go, but I think everyone has noticed we are getting better as a team."
Wolves play Nottingham Forest F.C in the EFL cup tonight at 19.45.