Nuno Espirito Santo has taken Wolves to stunning heights and it’s not surprising that he has been linked with a handful of high-profile jobs.

Nuno Espírito Santo has signed a new three-year deal as Wolves head coach.

The club confirmed the extension via their Twitter account, with the 46-year-old extending his stay at Molineux until 2023.

Speaking to the club’s website, Nuno said: “I feel good. Looking forward to it (the new season). Working really hard for it, because it’s a new cycle.

“A lot of people have been here, a lot of people have come in, the team has changed and evolved.

“The club is growing, the project is moving forward step by step, each day with the same ambition of becoming a big, big club.”


The former Porto boss has spearheaded one of the most exciting periods in the club’s history since his arrival in 2017.

He guided Wolves back to the Premier League as champions of the Championship in 2017/18 and their progress has continued since their arrival back in the top-flight.

Nuno has helped Wolves to two top-seven finishes as well as a foray into Europe, where they reached the quarter-finals of the Europa League last season before being knocked out by the eventual winners Sevilla.

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