Nuno says Wolves have 'evolved' as he prepares for 150th game in charge
Nuno Espirito Santo is delighted to be taking charge of his 150th Wolves game, insisting 'a lot of people have evolved' during his reign so far.
The Portuguese will hit the milestone as Arsenal visit Molineux tomorrow (5.30pm).
Nuno has everyone fit for the clash as they look to make it four wins from four since the Premier League's restart, too.
On the landmark, Nuno said: "We are happy. It's a good number.
"It reflects years of hard work, and a lot of people have evolved during these three years.
"We are proud of things, and we want to compete."
Nuno, though, says Wolves will have to be at their best to celebrate the occasion with a victory.
Having been linked with the Gunners post earlier this campaign, he feels the North London outfit are now showing 'different things' under Mikel Arteta.
They have won their last two, and Nuno added on Wolves' opponents: "I think Mikel is putting his ideas across.
"The talent of the players, the squad of Arsenal, is immense.
"It's a big club with big, talented players. We expect a tough challenge. They play good, so it will require a lot from us - a lot."