“They need to understand”: Pedro Neto responds to fans earlier misunderstandings this season as he discusses, Wolves remarkable turnaround…

Wolves have made a remarkable turnaround after a lackluster start to the season, with Pedro Neto emerging as the standout player leading the resurgence.

Pedro Neto has been a revelation for Wolverhampton Wanderers this season, contributing with six assists and a goal.

His outstanding performance has attracted the attention of several top clubs, including Liverpool.

In a recent exclusive interview with The Telegraph, Neto spoke about Wolves’ season so far.

He indicated that fans were quick to criticize Gary O’Neil and often failed to grasp that progress takes time.

The fruits of their patience are now evident as Wolves are on a four-game unbeaten streak.

Neto’s Perspective on Wolves Fans

“I was urging the fans to be patient. To be honest, people don’t understand how challenging it is for a team to lose their coach at the start of the season,” he explained.

“Four days after Gary O’Neil’s appointment, we had to face Manchester United away, and it was incredibly tough for Gary. The initial results weren’t what we had hoped for, and fans were already anticipating great things.

“It’s not a straightforward situation, and we needed time. I feel the fans’ support, but at times, they underestimate how tough it is. Now, through hard work, things are slowly falling into place, and we are improving. We are here, and we will give our all for the club.”

Neto has been in excellent form throughout the season, and in recent weeks, he has benefited from the team’s improved performance, notably shining against Bournemouth, which earned praise from Gary O’Neil.

Pedro Neto shares what some Wolves fans failed to 'understand' earlier this  season

How Well Is Wolves Performing Lately?

Following a draw with Luton Town, concerns of another relegation battle were on the horizon.

However, since then, except for a League Cup defeat to high-flying Ipswich Town, Wolves have been in excellent form.

Victories against Bournemouth and Manchester City, along with a draw against Aston Villa, have boosted the team’s spirits and confidence.

If they can avoid defeat against Newcastle, there’s optimism for extending their unbeaten run in the Premier League to six games next week when they face Sheffield United.

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