Home is where the heart is
Town won only seven out of 21 home Championship matches last season, when they finished 19th.
The fans are playing a big part, by turning our in numbers (Saturday’s gate was 19,972) and, led by the North Stand Loyal group, really getting behind the team.
Shut out a bonus
Wagner’s side had conceded in all five of their games going into the Wolves clash, one in each Championship match, and, ironically, twice at League One Shrewsbury Town in the first round of the League Cup.
The win over Wolves was made even more satisfying by the clean sheet.
Credit Danny Ward, the on-loan Liverpool keeper who heads off to join up with Wales having produced a top performance.
Mooy’s a midfield master
While Ward will be with Wales, Aaron Mooy has jetted off to join up with Australia for their World Cup qualifiers against Iraq in Perth and the United Arab Emirates in Abu Dhabi.
Hopefully the on-loan Manchester City star will return free from injury and fatigue.
He has been in fine fettle, with statistics showing he made more passes than the entire Wolves midfield put together!
Christopher Schindler is settling in well
But the 26-year-old German is looking a good buy.
Calm and composed, he is also forging a good partnership with captain Mark Hudson.
A team full of Dangermen
And they have had eight different scorers.