Wolves press conference LIVE: Nuno Espirito Santo on Neves, Boly and Aston Villa
Wolves will be looking for a good response from Tuesday's 4-1 defeat at Manchester City. (Photo by Jack Thomas - WWFC/Wolves via Getty Images)


14:23a year ago

That's the end of the broadcast section

Thank you for your time,

A piece on Nuno's quotes now will follow later.

14:17a year ago

Nuno on reacting from Man City defeat

"It's one of our goals, to bounce back and play good tomorrow. We know it's going to be tough, we want to compete. Reacting to defeat, the best way is the next game so hopefully it's tomorrow.

"The target is tomorrow and then, after tomorrow. It's game-by-game."

14:14a year ago

Nuno on international duty

"We all have concerns regarding our ability, freedom, where we are allowed to go. I respect all of the opinions. But I don't think it's a solution.

"I will always be supportive of players going to international teams because it can always make us proud.

"We want the assurance our players will return fit and healthy and we can play them after the international break."

14:10a year ago

On Raul Jimenez

"He's doing well, he's improving. He's been able to take part in some of the training.

"He's feeling well, happy, but we have to take the same precautions."

Still no time frame on his return.

14:10a year ago

On his and Ruben Neves nominations

"It's a reflect of a fantastic work from the players throughout February.

"This shortlist is just not me, it's us. We are on the shortlist.

"Ruben has been able to improve his performance because the team improved."

14:08a year ago

Nuno is here.

The Wolves boss is here and ready for the media's questions.
12:51a year ago

1:00 start

Nuno Espirito Santo's press conference gets underway at 1:00pm. Stay tuned on VAVEL.com for live updates from the broadcast section.

There will be further coverage on the site.

12:50a year ago

Last time at Villa Park

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12:49a year ago

Last gasp penalty earns Villa bragging rights

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12:48a year ago

Could Willy Boly start?

Boly returned to the Wanderers' squad on Tuesday after not featuring since the 2-1 victory over Arsenal at the start of last month.

Whilst absent, Wolves have gone with Conor Coady, Leander Dendoncker and Romain Saiss in defence. If fit, Boly could replace Dendoncker to allow the Belgium to return to midfield.

12:46a year ago

Five-game unbeaten run ended

After avoiding defeat throughout the month of February, Wolves suffered defeat at the Etihad Stadium on Tuesday as Manchester City ran-out 4-1 winners.
12:45a year ago



Nuno Espirito Santo's press conference is set to take place at 1pm.