Steve Bull: There’s no-one for this Wolves team to fear
Wolves have a big chance of grabbing a Champions League place now, so let’s hope they keep up the hot streak against Arsenal this evening.
Three wins from three is brilliant. It has been quite a while since we have had that. They played very well in the first two games, against West Ham and Bournemouth.
Against Villa, I thought both sides looked a bit tired, but we won because of the extra quality we have in the side.
Ultimately, you would put those three wins down to good organisation and professionalism, so hopefully that continues and we beat the Gunners.
It is going to be a fairly tough game as they just seem to be getting back to themselves. Still, I am not overly worried about them. If you had asked me three years ago about Arsenal coming to town, I would have expected a drubbing.
Now, none of us are frightened by any team that comes to Molineux.
Nuno will know what has got to be done and that Champions League race is opening up a bit now, only being a few points off Leicester in third.
I think they may stick with the 3-5-2 for this one, try to pack out the midfield and get the wing-backs up the pitch. Then, maybe unleash Adama Traore from the bench again.
Willy Boly, meanwhile, has been answering fan questions and said ‘no, never’ when asked if he would join Arsenal.
He has been the subject of speculation this season and you will hear loads of whispers about this and that, about most of the players. And I think you have to look at it positively.
It is superb as we have several players who are the envy of other teams.
I have said it before as well, why would they want to go anywhere else when they are creating something special at Wolves and in with a fantastic chance of winning medals?