Nuno Espirito Santo believes there is more to come from his Wolves side as the season develops. Last season’s Championship winners have taken to life back in the Premier League well, as they have collected five points from their opening four games, including a 1-1 draw with defending champions Manchester City.
Nuno, who is in his second season in charge at Molineux, has certainly been pleased by his side’s early-season form, but he feels there is still more to come from his players and there is no real limit to their potential.
“We will never know the full potential of this team,” Nuno told the Express & Star. “The important thing is that we achieve the (high) standards of how we (want to) compete.”There is no perfection, there is no limit (to our potential), you never know.”
The former Valencia boss has also been quick to praise the character of his side, as he feels they have quickly proven they belong in the Premier League.
He added: “This team has character, the boys have this character, the club has this character. We want to achieve things and you have to believe to do so.”
Wolves will return to action after the international break when they play host to Burnley on September 16.