Boss Nuno Espirito Santo has rallied Wolves to start on the front foot and go for the jugular against Arsenal.
Wolves have been a revelation this season especially against the front six but they were recently pegged by relegation-threatened Brighton on Saturday.
Unai Emery’s men travel to Wolves on the back of a 3-2 home defeat to Crystal Palace on Sunday coupled with an abysmal away record.
💬 "It's a good moment to try to do all we can, with intelligence. We need to be clear, we need to play with heart but above all being clear in our minds."
— Arsenal (@Arsenal) April 23, 2019
The Gunners have only the ninth-best away record in the division and Nuno is eager to let his players off the leash.
“Every game is a new challenge, it’s a new opportunity to become better as a team and as players,” he said.
“That’s what we tell the players, compete to the maximum of your ability and just go for it. It’s not where we want to go, it’s just a game.
“Tomorrow, think about tomorrow. Play the game tomorrow and don’t think about anything else.”
Nuno also continued to dismiss talk about Europe with Wolves in the hunt for seventh.
“It’s about the next game. Nobody thinks about it because we don’t know what’s ahead of us,” he said via FourFourTwo, with Wolves 10th, one point behind Everton in seventh.
🔶🐺WONDERFUL WOLVES 🐺🔶
2⃣-2⃣ vs Everton
1⃣-1⃣ vs Man City
1⃣-1⃣ vs Man Utd
1⃣-1⃣ vs Arsenal
2⃣-1⃣ vs Chelsea
1⃣-3⃣ vs Spurs
Incredible from Nuno Espírito Santo's men 👨💼👏 pic.twitter.com/6aUdF385ZE
— SuperSport 🏉🏆 (@SuperSportTV) December 29, 2018
“We must focus on the present and the present says we work today for the game tomorrow and after that, we don’t know. It’s about keeping the same idea – don’t think about anything else.
“Just prepare yourself for the competition. We are a team that likes to play – just that.”
There are no fresh injury worries for Nuno who could stick with the same side despite their frustrating stalemate on Saturday.