Wolves star Daniel Podence is adamant that manager Bruno Lage was not the only one at fault for the club's struggles.
The Portuguese boss lost his job recently, with Wolves struggling to make their attack work in recent months.
Podence believes that losing Lage is incredibly sad for all the players, but knows they must focus on upcoming matches.
He stated, per the club website: “It's very sad because it means that us as players didn't make a good job because we haven't been playing in a good way. We are not winning points, we are not winning games, so it's not all about the boss, it's about us as well. But of course, when a boss doesn't have the right results, it's easy to blame him.
“Changing the system was also a tough decision because we have been playing for four or five years with a back five and now we are trying to build something new and the boss needed time to build it and he had no time, but that's what it is. Football has things like that.
“It makes us feel bad as well because we are the 20 players going out on the pitch every game, but at the same point, I think we needed something new or a different way to do things because the players we not doing so good in the training sessions or in the matches.
“Something had to change and the club realised the boss had to go. We have to accept it and we have to deal with it, but as players, we have to demand much more from each other. We have to take responsibility."