“His passion’s amazing,” said Coady, who scored his first goal for Wolves in their EFL Cup first-round win over League Two Crawley. “He’s only been here a couple of weeks so it’s going to take a bit of time.
“The fans are going to see a very passionate team – he wants us to get the ball back as quickly as possible and counter attack.
“We need to make Molineux a fortress, he’s been big on that. We want teams to be frightened to play here.”
New signings give encouraging signs
Wolves’ new owners have already funded moves for Portuguese trio Helder Costa, Silvio and Joao Teixeira, as well as Iceland international Jon Dadi Bodvarsson, who scored his first goal in Saturday’s draw at Rotherham.
“They bring great quality – they like to run with the ball and it’s up to us to help them along,” said Coady. “The Championship’s a tough league but they’ll adapt and they’re strong minded.
“You know when you give them the ball, something’s going to happen and they’ll get the crowd off their feet and will win us games.”
Wolves have also been linked with a club-record £20m move for Benfica midfielder Anderson Talisca.