Who are Bruno Lage's backroom staff?
Bruno Lage and six other members of staff have arrived at Molineux. . (Photo by Jack Thomas - WWFC/Wolves via Getty Images)

Six weeks into the Bruno Lage-era, Wolves have completed the backroom staff at Molineux with six new staff coming into the door.

The majority of them have worked with Lage in the past, providing a dynamic that is already intact.

But who are the man helping Lage in Wolverhampton?

The men behind the process

Alex Silva worked with Lage at Benfica B and the first team before assisting with the title win in 2019. Silva joins as Lage's assistant head coach in the West Midlands.

Carlos Cachada has joined as a fitness coach after most recently managing Al-Duhail under-23s in Qatar. He has worked for four different clubs in Portugal and worked under Aitor Karanka at Middlesbrough and Nottingham Forest.

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Former Wales international Tony Roberts has come in as goalkeeping coach after working with the Wales national team in the European Championship.

After making over 600 senior appearances, Roberts began his coaching career with QPR and Arsenal before working alongside Lage at Swansea City in 2015. Like Cachada, Roberts worked with Karanka, but at Birmingham City last season. 

Jhony Conceicao first worked with Lage as first-team analyst at Sheffield Wednesday before moving to Swansea. He has worked with Lage since then and follows him to Wolves.

Luis Nascimento, who was assistant to Carlos Carvalhal at Rio Ave last season will be Senior Professional Development Coach. He did work at Benfica at under-15s, under-17s and under-19s levels between 2005 and 2019.

Fabio Silva and Nascimento worked together at Benfica.

Diogo Camacho will be an analyst after three seasons with Famalicao, working with Leonardo Campana, Bruno Jordao and Ruben Vinagre.

"We create a good dynamic"

On bringing his own staff to Wolves, Lage said: "In the youth at Benfica, I worked with Luis and Alex, and have a good relationship with them- Luis is my brother and Alex is my friend, so we create a good dynamic between the three of us.

"I worked with Tony when I was in Swansea. I had the idea that when I got a chance to work in the UK, I would invite him to work with me because I think we have the same ideas. The same ideas I have for the team he has for the goalkeepers.

"Jhony and Diogo, they are two analysts, because in my way of working, I like to analyse everything; the training, our games, the opponent, and that's why I bring all the staff. I met Jhony in Dubai and worked with him at Shabab Al-Ahli Club, and I also knew Carlos when he was working here in the UK before.

"With all of my staff, we create a good dynamic. I'm the head coach and the manager, so I can control all the processes, but Luis is more the guy who works on the little things and little details in the training, Alex is the guy who controls everything about the training, Carlos and Tony, they work on all the set-pieces- offensive and defensive."