Wolves ace Romain Saiss spoke exclusively to the Express & Star, and shared his admiration for the type of football that Nuno Espirito Santo is trying to implement at Molineux, whilst opening up on his personal ambition for the season ahead.
The 27-year-old has been in fine form for the Black Country outfit this season, scoring two goals in the Championship, having missed just one league game for Nuno's side all season long.
The Moroccan international joined Wolves from Ligue 1 side Angers in the summer of 2016, but never really stamped his authority on the side under the leadership of Walter Zenga and Paul Lambert.
Romain Saiss in action
Saiss has really come into his own this term, however, and it has been down to the manner in which Nuno has asked his side to play, according to the midfielder.
"I'm enjoying it. The coach wants the team to play – this is my football, I like to play football. I don't like the ball in the air. I'm very happy and enjoying this season and I hope we continue like this. I'm very happy because I don't score a lot of goals in my career! This season I have two so I hope I can score more goals."
The Black Country outfit currently sit comfortably at the top of the Championship table, with a two point lead over second placed Sheffield United, and there is genuine optimism at Molineux that this season could be their time to shine.
And if Saiss continues his impressive form, they will have every chance of gaining promotion to the Premier League.