Nuno renews with Wolves for three years

Nuno has signed a new deal. AFP

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Raul Jimenez, who scored 17 times in the league last season, sidefooted home a powerful shot from Daniel Podence's cross to put Wolves ahead in the third minute.

The Portuguese manager, who joined Wolves when they were in the Championship (English Second Division) in 2017, achieved promotion to the Premier League in his first season and got them into Europe in his second.

Jimenez, who played in 55 of last season's games, never stopped running, with Nuno's innovative formation bearing fruit.

Dynamic winger Adama Traore was deployed at wing-back, while the midfield regularly changed shape to keep United guessing.

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"We went for the game in those moments and it made all the difference".

"It's easy to decide because we, as coaching staff, want to enjoy, we want to make things happen, just helping the players to become better so the fans can really be proud as Wolves fans and enjoy the players and create bonds again". The idea is to give them freedom on the pitch. "We are just getting started".

"It's a new cycle, no matter what you did before, it's about what's in front of us and this is what we think we should do", said Nuno. "He is a fantastic manager". It meant Wolves are the first Premier League side to score two goals inside six minutes on the opening day of the season.

Wolves had a great 2019/20, ending seventh in the Premier League and making it to the quarter-finals of the Europa League - but it was not enough to guarantee European football again for this term. We are a small squad, we have injured players, and players coming in the next weeks. Wilder was not too disheartened with his side's overall performance.

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He said: "To recover from as poor a start as I can remember here was always going to be a tough ask".

"We want to go back, of course, so we will do everything to finish as high as possible in the table".

"I think we were just a little bit disappointed about last season because we got more points, but we didn't get the Europa League".

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