Wolves boss Bruno Lage says they won’t get carried away with their top four chances.
Wolves go to Arsenal on track for European qualification.
Lage said: “Our life is a game at a time. Day-by-day. You want me to talk about the top four. We have to play 14 games. It is too many points to go to discuss that. When I came, no-one knew me, we played three games, scored no goals and no points. You want me to say I want to go for the top four. I say game by game.
“Our process is very simple, see what happened in the last game and what we learned from it. Sometimes the systems are similar, Arsenal and Leicester have the same dynamic with the midfielders, we analyse opponents and prepare. Our mentality every time is to play the game with the ball. When we don’t have it we need to work. The wingers and the strikers are the first one to defend our goal. It is very simple.
“The motivation for me, my first year in the Premier League, tell me one team that doesn’t have big players and a manager with a big CV. Arsenal is a big club. Arteta was a top player who is doing well as a manager. Every game is a big challenge.”
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