Wolverhampton Wanderers are currently in the midst of a fine run of form.
Wolves ace Leo Bonatini spoke to reporters after his side's crucial 1-0 victory over Birmingham City on Monday, and admitted that he and his teammates still have a lot to improve upon, sharing what Nuno told the players after the game, as quoted by the Express & Star.
The Black Country outfit have been mightily impressive so far this season, and currently sit comfortably at the top of the Championship table, four points clear of second placed Cardiff City, having taken 47 points from their opening 20 games thus far.
Bonatini, 23, has been a major contributing factor behind his side's superb campaign so far, scoring 12 goals and chopping in with five assists in 20 Championship outings.
The Brazilian spoke to reporters after the game, however, and highlighted how Wolves need to improve upon their performance at St Andrews, suggesting that they owe it to their fans, as quoted by the Express & Star:
"We expected for us to play more and better but what the mister (Nuno) said to us we went a long time without playing and I think we felt a bit of that. But the most important thing is we took three points. Now we need to think about the next game in front of our fans – we should try to play better and give them a victory. We feel we have things to improve. We know that."
Next up for Nuno's men is a home game against Championship strugglers Sunderland, and with Chris Coleman now in charge of the Wearside outfit, Wolves will have to be at their very best in order to win the match.