Wolves to face Manchester United

Wolves have been drawn against Manchester United for the quarterfinals of the FA Cup after the Red Devils managed to beat Chelsea at Stamford Bridge 2-0.

Wolves manager NunoEspirito Santo said that this will be an interesting tie and that his team will be ready for the match. He said that they will be playing before their own supporters and that this will be an advantage that they will really need.

Leon Osman heaps praise on Matt Doherty after Wolves’ FA Cup survival

Former Everton star Leon Osman has praised the performance of Matt Doherty during the Wolves’ 2-2 draw against Shrewsbury Town in the FA Cup fourth round. The West Midlands outfit appeared on course for an embarrassing exit heading into injury time but Doherty saved their blushes with a sublime header with seconds left to play.

Speaking after the game, Osman was impressed with the performance of the 27-year-old, who has been delivering consistent performances from the right wing-back position, he said: “We thought (Gary) Doherty was leading the game, until Doherty popped up at the end. He was easily the best player in a Wolves shirt today.

Wolverhampton Wanderers aiming for a top 10 finish – Ryan Bennett

Wolverhampton Wanderers defender Ryan Bennett has indicated that the club are aiming to finish in the top 10 of the Premier League during the ongoing campaign. The west Midlands outfit had recently gone through six matches without a victory but they managed to make amends with a stunning 2-1 comeback triumph over Chelsea.

Speaking after the game, Bennett highlighted that the club are aiming to finish in the top half of the Premier League standings but admits they are likely to experience a tough ride towards achieving the target, he told TalkSPORT: “We'll be trying to achieve that top 10 finish but we'll see what happens. To finish in the top half in your first season is tough. A lot of people outside the club have been saying that's where we should be, but we know within the squad how hard it's going to be. You look at the dip we just had and it makes you realise how hard it is in this league. We knew it was going to be hard coming into the season.”

Nuno Espirito Santo believes Wolverhampton Wanderers were lucky against Southampton

Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Nuno Espirito Santo has suggested that his team may have been lucky to secure a victory over Southampton on Saturday. The match was tightly contested with both teams testing the opposition goalkeeper but, ultimately, it was the Wolves who prevailed after goals from Ivan Cavaleiro and Jonny Otto in the final 11 minutes of the game.

Speaking after the match, Nuno admitted that he cannot determine where his side deserved the three points, though they managed to gain control of the game following the opening goal, he said: “In the end, if we deserve it or not, you never know. If you ask if we deserve it or not, I would say yes. Probably Mark Hughes would say no, but this is the game, this is sport, this is football. What we know is we are ready and able to adapt to any scenario we come across in the game. Even when you are not having the ball you have to stay consistent, organised and that's what keeps you in the game. You have to score and after the first goal we had the game controlled and managed well and we arrived at the second goal.”