In the time lapse of 9 months, the squad of Wolverhampton Wanderers has been managed by 3 different coaches as Terry Connor was in charge of the team in February of 2012 but was sacked only 4 months later.

Stale Solbakken and Dean Saunders would later take control of the squad but it was only during a limited period of time until Kenny Jackett was elected as the man to restore balance to the managerial staff of the club.

Kenny Jackett managed to guide Wolverhampton back to the Championship as well as going on to set a new record for the club after reaching 103 points in the League One.

Now that Wolverhampton has made their return to the Championship League, new challenges and obstacles await not only Kenny Jackett but also his squad but according to the 52 years old English manager of Wolverhampton, he is excited about whats to come in the 2nd highest tier of England.

Kenny Jackett told reporters: “It is an exciting challenge and it is one we are looking forward to. It’s one really now that all of us are ready for. All of the clubs are going for promotion. That’s where Wolves want to be, in the Premier League. Is that going to be easy? Obviously not. How we set about that task, is a big one. We have to really concentrate on ourselves now and be as strong as we possibly can in the Championship.”

After suffering back to back relegation seasons, Kenny Jackett arrived to Wolverhampton as the savior for the club as he helped the team in earning their promotion to the Championship League by setting a new record and he is even aiming on making a return to the Premier League in the near future.