So as someone who started watching this team when Nuno and Neves came to the Championship I will try to give my personal view without entering on past discussions because clearly I don't see football as the majority of the posters here. Not saying I am right and you wrong, just different football tastes or maybe football culture. I know a lot of people today might be worried or even complaining about the conversion rate of the team so far, frustrated by lack of conversion by Jimenez, or because Bonatini isn't a top backup option, also adding Jota is struggling with the adjustement to the Premier League, even if I see it more as a temporary lack of confidence as could be seen on his last 2 games for the under 21's of Portugal. Lets look at the positives ok? Because there are a lot of positive things to say about the initial consolidation of Wolves so far. First thing is football identity, no matter the opponent Nuno isn't changing the model and the tatical shape of the team, only strategic changes according to the different level of oposition. Second thing, also very important is so far the continuous development of Ruben. I know its sad to say, but honestly I will be surprised if he is going to stay more 1 or 2 years playing at this level... another 1 is the added value Patricio and Moutinho brought to the team imho. Finally, I think at this stage, after 5 games having 8 points and playing good football is nothing to be ashamed of, why not having top strikers is something to be depressed I don't know. Unless you expected a backup who cost 4 million euros and the main striker who wasn't a starter for Benfica not for Mexico to score more goals than Kane and Lukaku. Also other factor so far is the team looks well balanced, solid, and so far only on their first 2 games they suffered 2 goals on average. Of course next week is Old Trafford, but looking at the current teams maybe only going to City, Liverpool, maybe Chelsea can be a real nightmare if they click. Stay positive, relatively optimistic, but at the same time humble without being arrogant. This is the first season back in the Premier League, and lets be honest this season the most important is to consolidate with a positive brand of football and at the same time avoiding relegation battles. If I was a Burnley, West Ham or Everton fan I would be much more worried. Honestly Nuno imo is clearly better than Silva, maybe @portugaletc doesn't agree with me. Sorry If I don't post here with the same frequency but I have less time to post here, so If I don't answer or reply to anyone it isn't lack of consideration for your opinions, just lack of time. Cheer up ffs, almost got depressed reading the reaction to the lack of firepower, just look at Burnley, Newcastle or Cardiff. Now boys, that is really depressing to watch. If everything goes right maybe next season there will be more money to invest on forward options, not only strikers. See you next time! Oh and @portugaletc Portugal Caralho!!! Don't ask him what it means.