Kenny Jackett is eager on pushing Wolverhampton Wanderers to the Premier League and one of his motivations of making this happen is the fact that if he manages to accomplish it, it would be the first time he gets a team into the Premier League as a manager.
“I’d love to do it, personally. I’ve been in a coaching capacity in the Premier League at two clubs, Manchester City and Watford but not as a manager. I’ve been in every other division. The Premier League is where everybody wants to be. I’m pleased to be in the Championship with Wolves and we’re very much looking for one of those three promotion places. We’re certainly not underestimating the size of the task.” Kenny Jackett told reporters.
Wolverhampton Wanderers snatched the 7th spot of the English Championship League in the previous season as they went through an impressive season and are one of the candidates of snatching a top spot.
The first league match of Wolverhampton of the upcoming season is scheduled to take place at Ewood Park as Kenny Jackett and his men face off with Blackburn Rovers.
Despite being optimistic about getting a Premier League promotion spot, Kenny Jackett will find it tough trying to compete against some of their rivals in the 2015-16 season, especially now that BakarySako and a few other influential players have left the English Championship League club.
Wolverhampton Wanderers has already faced off with Chambly, Paris FC and Burton Albion in pre-season friendly matches and all of those matches have concluded with Kenny Jackett and his team coming out on top with the victory. Jackett is hoping that they can continue this momentum into the next season and keep on securing more victories but this will be easier said than done as all of their rivals in the English Championship League are improving and are also aiming on snatching a Premier League promotion spot.