Nuno pleased with Wolves’ progress to the Europa League knockouts

"We did it. We did it [not me]. I think it is the same group of players that started in the Championship basically - the core of the squad is here. It's us, it's the club, it's the fans who are embracing this journey. It has been many, many years [since the club have thrived in Europe] and it feels good to succeed."

Wolves conceded the opening goal after just six minutes against Braga on Thursday but they managed to make a sensational comeback with three goals before the break. However, it was Braga, who came stronger after the interval and they managed to share the spoils after scoring two more goals past Rui Patricio.
With the result, Wolves have already sealed the second place on the table but they can seek to avoid a Champions League dropout at the round of 32 by claiming the top spot on the final matchday. Meanwhile, Wolves have also impressed in the Premier League this season and they are currently fifth in the standings with a seven-point gap to the Champions League places.