Woverhampton Wanderers legend Steve Bull has revealed where he thinks the team will finish in the Premier League next season.
The club’s return to the top flight after a six-year absence was confirmed when Fulham drew 1-1 with Brentford on Saturday.
"I think top 10, easy." ??
Wolves record goalscorer Steve Bull believes the newly-promoted side can finish in the top half of the Premier League next season.
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When speaking to Sky Sports News, the Wolves record goalscorer said:
“I think top 10, easy,” he told Sky Sports News. “We played Manchester City in the Carabao Cup earlier in the season.
“We had four one-on-ones, we didn’t put them away but we got a draw out of it and lost on penalties and I think if we can do that against Man City we can get up there.”
“Nuno is a very humble man, he’s a lovely man, he gets his tactics right and he’s been doing it all season,” Bull said.
“I think he is going to create something here and it is going to be great over the next three to five years.
“I think he will be brilliant. People are saying ‘are we going to stay there?’ I think we will. I think he will strengthen in the summer, get the players in who he wants and he will be like Mourinho running up and down the touchline – I think he will do well.”
“The bottom five in the Premier League is a house,” Bull said. “The manor is up there in the top five. He’s got big ambitions and I think they are going to put their money where their mouth is.
“This is just the start. When we went up last time we didn’t invest enough and we came straight back down and that is a lesson learned.
“We’ve got a chairman who has come in who wants to build something here and be really big. I think this is just the start.”
Take a look at the social media reaction to his comments on the next page.
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