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April 19, 2019

Nuno hints future could still be Bright for Wolves prospect

Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo has hinted that the door could still be ajar for Bright Enobakhare to earn another chance at Molineux. The 21-year-old scored his sixth goal for Coventry in their 2-0 win against Bradford on Good Friday to keep the Sky Blues on the fringes of the League One play-off race. It was the second successive game that Enobakhare has found the net and he was named in the EFL’s team of the week last week. He has played 15 games for Mark Robins’s side. Nuno also spoke well of centre back Kortney Hause, 23, who has…

Wolves kid Kilman will get his chance this season – Nuno

Wolves prospect Max Kilman has been told he will get his chance in the first team this season. Head coach Nuno Espirito Santo believes the 21-year-old defender, who joined the first-team squad in their five-day warm weather training camp in Marbella, is now ready for the Premier League. “He’s gradually improving and he will have his chance, for sure. He will have his chance,” said Nuno. Asked if that chance will come before the end of this campaign, Nuno said: “Of course. Max is 100 per cent integrated into the squad. “He’s improving. We try an individual approach with him,…

Wolves rev up for Brighton with go karting trip

Wolves are aiming to run roughshod all over Brighton’s survival hopes – after preparing for the game by going go-karting. Head coach Nuno Espirito Santo also said the players have already hit the beaches – with his full blessing. Nuno and the squad have just returned from a five-day warm weather training camp in Marbella where the players trained in the mornings before spending leisure time together in the afternoons and evenings. Pictures have since emerged on social media of a podium with Helder Costa standing on the number one post, Jonny Otto shown second with Morgan Gibbs-White positioned third.…

New role for former Wolves captain Henry

Former Wolves captain Karl Henry has been named as the first ever ambassador for Wolves Foundation. The 36-year-old has taken up the role to support the organisation, which is the official charity arm of the club. Having been born and bred in Wolverhampton, it is a concern that is close to the midfielder’s heart, and since leaving the club he has continued to help the local community with visits to the Good Shepherd Centre in the city in his own time. Henry was always very supportive of the club’s charitable work as a player, regularly giving his time at events…

Jota: ‘I want to stay at Wolves for a long time’

Diogo Jota wants to stay at Wolves long term and revealed how he looks up to Cristiano Ronaldo – despite grabbing a Premier League record from the superstar. Jota has enjoyed excellent form since being paired up front with £32m record signing Raul Jimenez, with all of his eight goals coming in his last 18 games. That form has earned the 22-year-old his first call-up to the Portugal squad for the recent Euro 2020 qualifiers against Ukraine and Serbia, though he is yet to win a full cap. Jota is almost 12 months into a four-year contract after signing permanently…