Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo insists they have to be more fluid in the opponent attacking third to seize their chances in the Premier League.
Wolves suffered consecutive two defeats as they had to digest a slender 1-0 defeat at the hands of Brighton & Hove Albion in the last match. They will now host Tottenham Hotspur in this weekend in a bid to avert a straight third defeat for the first time in Nuno’s reign.
Last season’s Championship’s winners made a pretty good start to the season as they snatched points from both the Manchester giants this term. The Portuguese gaffer’s fluid attacking style with possession has augured well so far and they are likely to stick to their approach.
Santo feels they it’s only a matter of time before their bad patch gets resolved. “We have to react, I think we played well in the last two games we didn’t deserve to lose so we have to maintain our highest standards.
“Everybody was frustrated and disappointed especially the players because they felt we were the better team and we had chances.
“I think how you play is very important. Of course the result can tell you a lot of things but it is how we play, how we create chances, how we manage to unbalance other teams and create opportunities and at the same time control our defence. We are optimists for the game [against Spurs].
“It is not the results, it is how you do things. We reacted from the Watford defeat when we didn’t play well. We played well against Brighton so how we did it is what motivates us for the next game, it is not the result.”