As a Wolves supporter, it gives you immense pride to look at the club and the vast number of internationals they are producing. It is absolutely brilliant.
But for a manager, it isn’t, because almost every other week he’ll have been forced into reshuffling training sessions, reshuffling tactics – what he is going to do.
Now, knowing the international matches are done until March, Nuno should be able to get the players ready for what is a big run of fixtures over the next month or so.
Fingers crossed, he will have the whole squad together over the coming weeks and that translates into positive performances and results.
It is Southampton tomorrow night, and I just want us to match them.
The Saints like to press high and try to force the issue, so if they are caught high up the field, let’s punish them quickly on the break.
They have got busy players who can score goals. We will have to be on it at the back, but I think we can catch them with our strikeforce.
The Leicester game before the break, we should have at least got a draw out of it, but it never happened.
Penalties and VAR decisions, every team is going to be on the receiving end.
You just have to get on with it, and I think Nuno will have brushed that aside.
Now it’s about Southampton and, hopefully, getting three points against a good side.
Adama Traore might get a start and it would be great to see him, having not been able to agree on a new deal yet, go out there and remind us what he is all about.
He should be really chomping at the bit after several weeks on the bench, so let’s see him put in the graft.