Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Nuno Espirito Santo has outlined what he and his squad must do in order to combat complacency.

Skysports report that European qualification is well within Wolves’ reach with 12 matches of the Premier League season remaining.

The Molineux club sit 7th in the table, a feat even more remarkable considering they were playing in the Championship last term and this is only Nuno’s second campaign in England.

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Another possible route to the Europa League is winning the FA Cup, and an Ivan Cavaleiro goal sent Wolves through to the sixth round of that competition last weekend.

Both successes could mean the Wolves squad take their foot off the gas, but the Portuguese manager is keen to ensure that doesn’t happen.

He said:

We go game by game. The table means nothing. We will stay focused on our tasks and not think about anything else. We want to look at our opponents and think that tomorrow we are going to have a tough opponent, that is how we keep our feet on the ground.

Wolves travel to the South Coast to face out of form AFC Bournemouth tomorrow before another away trip to Huddersfield on Tuesday.