Nuno Espirito Santo rejects the pressure while the Wolves return to the Premier League

Nuno Espirito Santo has ruled out any notion of pressure on his newly promoted wolves

& # 39; We are safe and happy & # 39 ;: Nuno Espirito Santo rejects the pressure as the Wolves return to the Premier League

  • The wolves do not feel pressure on the return to the highest category, says Nuno Espirito Santo
  • The winners of the Championship receive Everton on Saturday in their first match
  • Wolves have added five players, including the end of £ 18 million Adam Traore

Laurie Whitwell for MailOnline

Nuno Santo has discarded the expectations that have accumulated on his side and insisted that Wolves' only goal is to play well.

The wolves are ranked as the eighth best team in the Premier League by bookies and experts are leaning the team recently promoted by an end in the top half.

The wolves have spent £ 67 million this summer and have added players like Rui Patricio, Joao Moutinho and Adama Traore to fuel the belief that they can have an impact on the Premier League.

Nuno Espirito Santo has ruled out any notion of pressure on his newly promoted wolves

Nuno Espirito Santo has ruled out any notion of pressure on his newly promoted wolves

But manager Nuno said: "We can not control expectations outside, just what happens here. How we work and how we think

"It does not affect us, it does not take us away from our line." We are confident and happy about how we started the game against Everton. There is no objective position The table means nothing tomorrow. This is how we play.

"We are very motivated and we are ready, we are in Molineux and the advantage of playing at home is important". The Portuguese added: "It's not a dream, it's a reality." Dreams are for sleeping We live in the real world. We must make things happen.

"I feel the emotion of the fans, Wolves is a huge club and he had the golden years of 40, 50 and 60. We did something special last year, now the fans will give us energy and everything they have, we have to give them back to them."

With 18 million pounds, Adama Traore became the signing of Wolves this summer in Middlesbrough

With 18 million pounds, Adama Traore became the signing of Wolves this summer in Middlesbrough

With 18 million pounds, Adama Traore became the signing of Wolves this summer in Middlesbrough

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