Wolverhampton Wanderers will hope to build on recent positive form when they return to Premier League action against Burnley on Sunday, but the Molineux outfit could be without a key man, according to BBC Sport.
Wolves have made a positive start to life back in the top flight, with a home draw against champions Manchester City and away win at West Ham United excellent results.
However, Sunday’s hosts could well be without striker Raul Jimenez for the Burnley clash, with the latest report suggesting the attacker is struggling with injury.
The Wolves centre forward is said to have picked up a muscle strain while on international duty with Mexico and as such is listed as a doubt for the clash with the Clarets.
Nuno’s men also remain without winger Ivan Cavaleiro, who has missed the start of the new campaign through a back injury.
Three points against a shaky Burnley team would be another excellent feat for Wolves and power the newly promoted side up the table.
Pundits and fans have praised Nuno’s men for their brand of football this season but three points will be the most important thing this weekend.