Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo has committed his future to the club by signing a one-year contract extension that ties him to the West Midlands outfit until 2021.
The Portuguese tactician has worked wonders since arriving at Molineux in May last year and helped Wolves finish top of the Championship last term.
As the club prepares for life back in the top flight, Nuno has extended his stay with the club and is now looking forward to the challenges that the Premier League will bring.
He was quoted by the BBC, saying: "We knew the project required time and now we have three years ahead of us.
"In year two we know the challenge is even more difficult, but we have something that we hold onto – we have our own identity.
Having already signed Portugal goalkeeper Rui Patricio and Mexico forward Raul Jimenez, Nuno also claimed he expects further additions to be brought in before the first competitive game of the campaign.
Wolves will kick-start their Premier League season on 11th August when they welcome Marco Silva's Everton side to Molineux.
Wolves are 13/10 to win, 23/10 to draw and 21/10 to lose that opener against the Toffees.
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