Wolves striker Raul Jimenez believes their 3-1 win at Tottenham on Saturday proves they can go head-to-head with anyone and come out victorious
Nuno Espírito Santo’s side claimed a surprise victory over an in-form Spurs at Wembley, despite going a goal down early on from a Harry Kane strike.
But Willy Boly’s header put Wolves back on level terms with Jimenez then stepping up to hand the visitors the lead with an 83rd-minute goal.
Portuguese winger Helder Costa then sealed all three points for Wolves with a third goal just four minutes later.
Following their 2-1 win against Chelsea on December 5 along with draws against the likes of Manchester City and Arsenal, Jimenez is convinced Wolves can beat anyone.
“I think we played very well in the second half, but I don’t know why we have to be down in the score to come back,” The Mexican told the club website.
“We did it against Chelsea, now we did it again. This feeling is amazing.
“We knew at half-time that we have a great team, and that we can score some goals to win the game. We thought about that and what we had to do on the pitch.
“We never quit, we know that we are a great team, and if we are focused we can do everything, we can win against whoever.”
Wolves are now seventh in the Premier League with Crystal Palace awaiting them next on January 2 at home.