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O'Hara: Wolves must do better at home

Wolves midfielder Jamie O'Hara insists he and his team-mates are ready to turn the club's terrible home form around against Swansea on Saturday.

• Preview: Wolves v Swansea

Mick McCarthy's side currently lie 16th in the Premier League table having not claimed a point since a 0-0 draw with Aston Villa in August, which followed successive victories in their opening two fixtures.

Wolves take on the Swans on the back of five league defeats in a row, with three of those coming at Molineux against Tottenham, QPR and Newcastle.

It is a sequence that is in stark contrast to last season, when they won eight games at Molineux to give them the the ninth best home record in the division.

O'Hara, who moved to Wolves from Tottenham for £5 million over the summer, believes it is imperative that the club gets back to winning matches at Molineux, starting with a visit from Swansea this weekend.

"We've been poor at Molineux and we're well aware of that," O'Hara said. "Our home form is unacceptable and we know we need to be better at home.

"We've got to sort it out because you've got to win your home games in the Premier League. It's really tough having been beaten at Albion but, at home, we need to win."

Swansea boss Brendan Rodgers has backed McCarthy to lead Wolves away from trouble, saying: "Every team has a run of games. He has done a brilliant job there and had periods like this before and always come out strong.

"Mick has done a wonderful job at Wolves in his time there in the Championship and taken them through. There has been great developments there both on and off the field. He understands like us all that it's very difficult in the Premier League.''

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