Nuno Espirito Santo, boss of wolves, warns Arsenal that his party will compete to the maximum and go for it & # 39; at Molineux
- Wolves receive Arsenal after the Gunners were defeated at home by Crystal Palace
- Unai Emery wants to respond, but the side of Nuno Espirito Santo is crazy about attacks
- Gunners have a poor record and could be there Wednesday morning
Nuno Espirito Santo has urged Wolves to go for the murder of Arsenal.
Wolves have a better points-per-game ratio against the top six – 1.3 – than the bottom six – 1.1 – and were held 0-0 by relegated-endangered Brighton on Saturday.
Arsenal crashed Sunday on a 3-2 home defeat to Crystal Palace and won only two more points on the road, 22, then Wolves this season.
Nuno Espirito Santo (right) and his Wolves players are approaching on Wednesday evening
The Gunners have only the ninth best stars in the division and Nuno is eager to let his players get off the line.
& # 39; Every game is a new challenge, it's a new chance to get better as a team and as players, & # 39; he said.
& # 39; That's what we tell the players, compete with the maximum of your skill and just go for it. It's not where we want to go, it's just a game.
& # 39; Tomorrow, think of tomorrow. Play the game tomorrow and don't think about anything else. & # 39;
Espirito Santo also continued to take seventh place on Europe with Wolves, which would give them a Europa League qualifying spot if Manchester City beat Watford in the FA Cup.
Arsenal suffered the defeat against Crystal Palace and will be desperate for three points
& # 39; It's about the next game. Nobody thinks about it because we don't know what to expect, & he said with Wolves 10th, one point behind Everton as seventh.
& # 39; We must focus on the present and the present says that we are working for the game tomorrow and then we don't know. It's about keeping the same idea – don't think about anything else.
& # 39; Prepare yourself for the competition. We are a team that likes to play – just that. & # 39;
There are no worries about new injuries for Nuno who could stay on the same side despite the same frustrating stalemate on Saturday.
Wolves strive for 98.5 percent availability in their small team and have barely had an injury that lasted more than two weeks.
Espirito Santo says that his party will play to the maximum and seems to attack Arsenal
Nuno added: & # 39; It is a credit to the players – the way they work, the way they respect themselves, when they are here, but also when they are at home.
& # 39; Of course there is a big part of this – the way they work, the way they rest, the way they recover.
& # 39; It is a credit to the players and sometimes lucky to avoid what happens in football – all these things are correct, but we have been able to sustain them and keep doing well.
& # 39; I don't like to talk about injuries because these things can happen, but luckily we have been strong and have held up well in the competition. & # 39;