Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Adama Traore has exclaimed that he will be looking forward to inspiring his side to winning ways when they take on Reading in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday evening.
According to Shropshire Star, Wolves are set to field a number of friger players but Traore believes that whoever plays will do what is expected for the team to secure a victory.
“If it’s Reading or whoever, we want to win all the time,” said Traore.
“We got a point at Palace, but for me and for everyone, we want to win.
“Any game, whatever the team is, we go out to work – and to win.
“We always have a positive mind, that is the truth. We started early this season, but that is no excuse.
“We have to win the next game, and this is what we fight for, what we work to do.”
Wolves are currently in the Europa League and progressing further in the Carabao Cup may not be high on their priority list but they could do with a win as they haven't mamager to secure any in their current Premier League campaign.
“Life and football are made of up and downs. To sustain is very difficult,” said Nuno.
“You have to realise what you do when you are down to go back up again, and these boys and players are working very hard.
“Let’s see. Cycles always come. But what we want to do is always compete.”