Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo is not wavering from his youth policy at the club.
The Premier League side are not enjoying the same success as they did in the past two seasons, as they are in the bottom half of the league table.
But Nuno knows the congested nature of the league table means two wins in their next two matches would put them only five behind league leaders Liverpool.
Wolves have six starting players this season under the age of 21, double the number of any other team in the Premier League.
"This is how our squad is built, this is our idea," Nuno told Sky Sports.
"I think it reflects the philosophy that we have worked to from the beginning here at Wolves, always with a lot of young players who we are looking to develop and improve.
"It is the cycle that we are in. Throughout our career as a coaching team, we have always looked to develop young players because we believe that they have things inside them, that natural unawareness of the responsibility of the situation, a good naivety. Young players have this and they are so hungry to take the opportunity that this can help the team.
"You have to balance the squad with a certain level of experience that supports them, but if you really want to build something for the future then you have to believe in youth."