Wolves style won't change - boss
Nuno Espirito Santo has promised Wolves approach won't change when they come up against the big boys.
As they prepare to face high flying Tottenham at Wembley the Wolves boss knows his side are in a healthy state at the half way stage of their Premier League campaign.
Wolves have set out their stall to play football and the head-coach says that will not change just because they are away from home at one of the front runners.
Espirito Santo said: "We've played already many games against top teams where we have shown that we don't change our identity.
"We are trying to build something, so when you try to build you do not look at the game like, what is the best way to get a result.
"We've shown in previous games that we attack, we have shots on goals against heavy teams, even so the building process goes this way so the way we approach against Tottenham is going to be the same."
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