Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder Morgan Gibbs-White says he has been impressed by the managerial methods of boss Nuno Espirito Santo.
As quoted by Skysports, Gibbs-White was keen to stress his boss’ role in the club’s success this season.
Wolves sit 11th in the Premier League table after 22 rounds of matches, having gained promotion to the top flight as Champions last term.
That was the 44-year-old’s first season in English football, let alone at Wolves, and his ability to adapt to the rigours of the leagues has been extremely admirable.
Gibbs-White has been eased into the first-team setup this campaign, with 13 of his 16 Premier League appearances coming from the substitutes bench.
However, when he has featured he has impressed greatly with his versatility and ability on the ball, leading to calls for him to be considered for an England call-up by some pundits.
On Nuno’s impact at Molineux, the 18-year-old said:
He is a very good manager. He’s a team manager, he helps us get together, even if things are going badly he will bring us back together and make sure the vibe is very positive. You might think because half of us are English and half are Portuguese there could be a divide, but there’s not – we all get on very well and Nuno is the main leader with that. He helps us get together and socialise with each other. We work hard in training and in games and our shape is key too. It’s hard to break us down and then going forward we are good on the counter-attack.
Gibbs-White will be hoping to be involved when Wolves host Leicester City tomorrow lunchtime.