Myrie-Williams knows Vale face a stern test at Molineux
Jennison Myrie Williams is at pains to explain Vale’s recent lack of form, but he is sure that if everyone puts in the hard work on the training ground, things will start to improve.
He said: “Nobody knows the real reason or it wouldn’t happen, I guess, but I believe we just need to get back on to the training ground, work hard and work our way through it.
“Everyone knows it is going to be a tough game against Wolves and there’s no hiding from the fact that we need to go there and be on top of our game to get a result.
“It is going to be a really tough game but personally I am really looking forward to it and I am sure all of the boys are looking forward to the game.
“We will go into the game as underdogs, but if we go into the game with a positive mind set and forget what happened last week – it’s gone now, we can’t change it, we have got to learn from it – hopefully we can get a good result.”
The season in League One so far has been a mixed bag for the Vale winger, who has had to be patient at times, flitting in and out of the starting eleven.
He has had to be content with a place on the bench when he would much prefer being in the thick of the action, though he realises there are aspects of his game which he needs to work on if he is to claim the shirt on a regular basis.
He commented: “It has been enjoyable and it has been frustrating. When we have done well it’s been a joy, the same as always, when you are winning games you are generally happy.
“It is just the manner of how we have gone about some of the games we haven’t won and the way we have played in some games that is frustrating.
“I feel comfortable at this level, but you can always improve and I know the defensive side of my game is something I need to improve on.
“I am working on that, and I think I am more than adept to provide good ammunition in this league and I am just hoping I can get enough games now until the end of the season and see where it takes us.”