NUNO TO IMPROVE US, SAYS ACE DICKO
WOLVES striker Nouha Dicko is confident that he and his team-mates can reach new heights under manager Nuno Espirito Santo.
The former Porto and Valencia chief is the new man in the Molineux hotseat this season, the former goalkeeper having signed a three-year deal to succeed Paul Lambert.
Nuno is embarking on his first spell managing in England but 25-year-old Dicko, who has twice been capped by Mali, believes that Wolves are improving little-by-little under their Portuguese chief.
“The Championship is a tough and long season but if we keep winning, we’ll have the confidence to keep going,” said former Wigan Athletic man Dicko, who also feels that Wolves’ players can develop alongside their manager.
“The gaffer is trying to make us understand his vision. He doesn’t just impose his ideas – he’s listening with us and trying to make us understand.
“With small things, we are improving each day.
“At the training ground, he’s trying to make us feel we can improve as players and that’s the most important thing for football players – to think we can improve under a manager.
“We’re here to keep growing and improving. Hopefully we’ll all grow with him.”
BELIEF: Nouha Dicko