Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has warned the team about the challenge and threat of Monday night’s opponents Wolves.
Wolves provided a stern test for all the top sides in the league last season and deservedly finished in seventh place last season.
United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is expecting a difficult test from Nuno Santos men on Monday.
“They were two tough games last season, we knew that because they are so hard to break down, they lie low, defend deep and are very good at counter-attacking,” Solskjaer told Sky Sports.
“They have pace up-front with Jota and Jimenez who are two of the quickest forwards in the league, deceivingly quick. Those two up-front will always cause you bother, especially when they’ve got the passing ability of Neves, Moutinho, and Coady from the back.
“We experienced bad times there last season so we know that we’ve got to improve, but we are better now. We’ve got to be precise, we know we won’t get a lot of opportunity to counter-attack. We’re going to have to be good on the ball, be patient and create enough openings.”