Nuno Espirito Santo has assured that Wolves are working towards making new additions to their squad.
Under manager Nuno Espirito Santo, Wolves enjoyed a brilliant first half of their Premier League campaign and were edging closer to secure a Champions League spot.
Wolves also became the first team this season to beat Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City on both the home and away leg.
But Nuno Espirito Santo’s men seemed to have slowed down after the squad was hit with a series of injuries with Diogo Jota, Bruno Jordao, Willy Boly still out.
Ahead of the FA Cup replay against Manchester United, Nuno has assured that the team is working on transfers. The 45-year old highlighted the difficulty of making January signing. But insisted that the fans could expect positive news at the end of the window.
“I’m confident, I don’t think on ‘ifs’,” he said as per Football 365.
“It’s very difficult for all the clubs. It’s a transfer window which isn’t the best one.
“Many players are involved in their teams. Sometimes you want a target and they are not available because they are playing,” Nuno Espirito Santo added.
“Sometimes you want things to move faster than they do. It’s a tough moment but we’re working on it.”