WORCESTER Wolves head coach Paul James believes his new squad’s pre-season training is going to plan.
The club have now welcomed all their new recruits with the exception of US guard Jay Couisnard and are enjoying an advanced stage of pre-season training.
“Pre-season has started well with all of the players starting to get to know each other and showing signs of understanding the way I want the team to play this season both on offence and defence,” said James.
“I’m pleased with how far we’ve come in a very short space of time and I look forward to seeing how we shape up in our pre-season games as we’ve changed a lot of things coming into this season,” he added.
Wolves’ training venue has been moved to the city’s Kings School, due to the European Wheelchair Basketball Championships being held at the University of Worcester Arena.
Managing director, Mick Donovan, said: “We have an excellent relationship with the King’s School and their new sports facilities are first class.
“The coaches and players have also really enjoyed working within the environment of such a prestigious school and it has certainly enabled us to prepare appropriately for the coming season.
“We are really grateful to the school for their support.”