Jose Mourinho hails Jorge Mendes impact at Wolverhampton Wanderers

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Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has credited agent Jorge Mendes with helping Wolverhampton Wanderers back into the Premier League.

"I am not saying we are going to have more points than last season because last season we collected a very acceptable level of points".

"That tells a lot about what the players believe". "I think good results, good performances, they make miracles - and bad results and bad performances, they make you look more exhausted, more upset, more ugly, more everything".

"You have to adapt, respect and be humble - know you are facing a strong team - but you can not change and fear".

"When we are training, he tries to make us understand all the things he wants us to do on the pitch and sometimes he talks with me".

The pair know each other well though as former goalkeeper Nuno was part of the Porto squad that Mourinho led to Champions League glory in 2004. I don't want to say was [Eric] Bailly or [Phil] Jones and is now Smalling or Lindelöf.

"He's a fantastic manager".

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He fees if the away side manage to deal with the pressure of playing at the Theatre of Dreams, then Manchester United are in for a tough game as Wolves have the ability to play quality football.

"A team that yesterday looked very bad, today looks very good and yesterday looked very good, today looks very bad".

Wolves have not won at United for 38 years.

The Manchester United legend is looking forward to seeing the side against the Red Devils at Old Trafford this afternoon.

Manchester United ease to a resounding 3-0 win against Young Boys in their opening Champions League fixture in Switzerland on Wednesday night. "We go there to compete, like we always do".

"But I think the work being done at Wolves is good because is not just about Portuguese influence, a Portuguese manager, staff and players".

Nuno has no fresh injury worries for the game.