Wolverhampton Wanderers boss Nuno Espirito Santo says that there is more to come from his team despite their excellent start to life in the Premier League.
The West Midlands outfit earned their most recent result with a 1-0 victory over Crystal Palace with Matt Doherty scoring the only goal of the game at Selhurst Park. It meant that Nuno’s troops moved up to seventh in the Premier League table after eight games.
Wolves now head into the international break having only lost one league game since promotion from the Championship – a 2-0 loss to Claude Puel’s Leicester City. Despite that, the Portuguese believes his troops can get even better.
Talking to Sky Sports, he said: “The standards are high, and we want to repeat them and improve.
“Now it’s the international break which will be a good chance to work on other aspects in the squad so when we return we are strong and if possible even better.”
Wolves are now only behind sixth-placed Arsenal on goal difference, albeit having played a game more. European qualification at Molineux would be quite the achievement in their first season back in the top flight of English football. They are now at 66/1 to be relegated from the Premier League with bookmakers William Hill.