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Turning quality into points

15 September 2015

Carlos Carvalhal wants to see quality football converted into points on the board.

Without question, Wednesday played impressive football at Turf Moor on Saturday but frustratingly returned empty-handed.

For Carvalhal, the head coach wants to see the same quality levels and aggressive forward play but importantly have three points to show for it at full time.

Ahead of tonight’s clash with Bolton he said: “This is one match that we know will be difficult but it’s time to look to ourselves and what we are doing.

“After the break we changed the way that we play, we have created a new dynamic and our answers in the match at Burnley were very good.

“We created a lot of chances, put in a lot of crosses, played good football, very positive football and I think we are in a good way.

“What was missing in that game was the victory and the points.

“I believe the teams that play good football win more matches. If you play good football and play with quality, you will win more than you will lose.”

With the Championship campaign very much in its infancy, victory at The Macron would give the league table a very different slant and Carlos continued:

“Against Bolton we want three points. That’s what we need and we will fight every step of the way to get them.

“It is important we learn from our mistakes and try to play with more efficiency because we create a lot of chances.

“We are playing with good quality and I want to see that convert into points.

“This will happen to our opposites one game where we will not play well but get three points. These things happen in football.”

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