Wolverhampton Wanderers seemingly have one hand on the Sky Bet Championship title, with Nuno Espirito Santo’s side looking unstoppable in the race for promotion back to the Premier League.
A talented squad at Molineux have managed to open up a healthy lead at the top of the table, with Wolves currently sitting 12 points clear of Aston Villa and the rest of the chasing pack.
Wolves’ form this season is a stark contrast to last season, where at this stage, the club were still threatened with relegation to League One under Paul Lambert.
Despite having a hugely talented squad at his disposal, Nuno has been key to turning Wolves’ fortune around this season, and here at FLW, we take a look at some of the numbers behind his impressive debut campaign in English football.
Nuno has taken charge of 37 games so far this season, recording 25 victories, which leaves the Portuguese boss with a 67.6% win ratio.
Under Nuno, Wolves are averaging 2.19 points per game – only failing to pick up a victory in 12 of his 37 games.
Those 12 fixtures are divided into six draws and six defeats.
Wolves fans… How much of this season’s success is down to Nuno? Let us know your thoughts!