Wolves boss Bruno Lage insists going to Arsenal tomorrow isn’t about revenge.
Wolves meet Arsenal just days after a bitter defeat at Molineux.
Lage said, “It is not about revenge, after the game it is finished. They won. We move on. They did what they did, they held on with 10 men.
“They celebrated like us. If I was in their place, I might do the same. The movements they do very well. We played better against Arsenal and lost than we did against Leicester on Sunday when we won.”
He also stated: “I feel confident since the first day. We have a good environment. The confidence comes from work and the solid things we are doing. The challenge against the teams near us is a big challenge.
“Tottenham and Leicester were hard games against teams with good systems. Arsenal are doing very well, [they play with a] line of four, players between the lines, strikers come to create diamonds. We have different problems to solve. Against these teams, every team has big players, it is a massive challenge for me and my players.
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