Nuno Espirito Santo’s job at Wolves cannot be understated.
Admittedly, he has had funds to work with but Nuno has instilled an exciting style of play into his players and has made his Wolves side very hard to beat.
After achieving promotion at the first time of asking, Nuno’s team has settled well into Premier League life and already look set to at least challenge for the top-half.
And the Portuguese manager’s latest transfer targets indicate he is keen on staying around for a long time at Wolves.
According to The Sunday People (print edition) via HITC Sport, Wolves want to bring in Marcus Dinanga and Luca Murphy.
Both players are at Hartlepool United at the moment, playing National League football.
Murphy, 17, is a centre-half who is in high demand, while Dinanga is a 21-year-old midfielder on loan from Burton Albion.
Nuno’s willingness to build his squad for the future highlights just how invested he is in this project.
It is refreshing to see in the modern game and Wolves fans will be excited about what he can deliver in the long-term.
Dinanga and Murphy may or may not make it to first-team level at Molineux.
But this is exactly the type of signing Wolves should be looking at; bringing in young players who have proven themselves in lower leagues and could possibly impact the squad in the future.
If Dinanga and Murphy realise their potential, they could join a very exciting project at Wolves in the coming years.