Ruben Neves insists fatigue is not to blame for Wolves’ Premier League form

Ruben Neves insists fatigue isn’t the reason behind Wolves’ start to the Premier League season.
Wolves confront SC Braga on Thursday in their opening Europa League group game, and are 19th at the desk, without a win in their first five matches of this campaign.
It’s been a hectic schedule up to now this term for Nuno Espirito Santo’s side, however midfielder Neves insists Wolves possess the quality.
“It hasn’t been any simple start to the season,” said the 22-year-old. “We have had additional qualifying games to your Europa League. [But] I don’t think exhaustion has anything to do with it. We’re all leading players that are used to playing with a lot of games in quick succession.
“Clearly we have not had the start that we’ve wanted. The truth is the Premier League.
“We’ve got a lot of confidence in the fans and by our coach. We all know what we can do.
“We have established in the past what we are capable of. It’s all about enhancing our game and get back to winning ways as quickly as we could.”
Wolves Will Need to Deal in Group K of the Europa League, in Addition to competing in the Premier League with matches from SC Braga, Besiktas and Slovan Bratislava.
Neves says they need to adopt the chance.
“It’s been a beautiful journey into the Europa League,” Neves said. “It is a historical moment for Wolves and we will do our best in this competition.
“It’ll be an wonderful game for the lovers. They aren’t utilized to seeing Wolves in Europe and I hope the air is still the same at Molineux.”
Wolves manager Nuno, who guided Wolves into a seventh-placed ending from the Premier League last season, insists the return on competition for the very first time because the 1980/81 campaign – was a collective work.
“I think we have to all be pleased, not just me. The lovers, the team, staff, players, they have contributed with this now,” he said.
“Let us enjoy the moment but let’s compete. That is important – we have a ladder. We look forward to every game that’s facing us”
After devoting five targets from Chelsea last Saturday in Molineux, Nuno claims that his side need to cut out errors and remain focused.
“We have to improve our defensive business – our shape, understanding the mistakes you can’t replicate. We must concentrate on our game,” he said.
“The approach is always to focus on the next challenge. The next step is on Thursday.”
Wolves don’t have any new injury concerns before Thursday’s game at Molineux, with Ryan Bennett after missing out against Chelsea, available.

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