Bright Enobakhare says that Wolves have nothing to fear as they make the trip to Swansea City this evening for their Emirates FA Cup third round replay.
It was just over a week ago that the two side ground out a goalless draw at Molineux, a game in which both sides had men sent off.
Speaking ahead of Wednesday’s replay, Enobakhare felt Wolves should have won the fixture at Molineux and says that Wolves are full of confidence heading into the game at the Liberty Stadium.
He said, “We definitely should have won the first game against Swansea because we had a lot of chances but unfortunately we didn’t.
“Hopefully we will go away and try our best - they didn’t seem like they wanted to play, even when they were one man down, they didn’t do it.
“We feel we can win there - we didn’t think about them being in the Premier league.
“Anything that comes, we don’t fear, we just have to play and enjoy ourselves because it’s all about enjoying yourself.
“We just want to play and anything can happen.”
The 19 year old forward is also full of praise for Wolves head coach Nuno Espirito Santo, as he feels that the introduction of the Portuguese coach has brought him on as a player.
He revealed that Nuno has helped him eradicate nerves from his game which, he says, has given him confidence to play.
“The coach this year has really helped improving my game and making my game look more easy for me,” Enobakhare said.
“Compared to last year, I was a bit nervous when I went onto the pitch but this year he’s given me that confidence to play and enjoy the game.
“When a manager tells you to enjoy the game, it makes you enjoy yourself and just play.
“I was a bit nervous, I think that’s why I couldn’t really play too well last year but this year I’ve let those nerves go so that I can enjoy myself.
“I just have to take my mind off what is going on outside and just focus on what is going on inside.
“The manager telling me to go on and enjoy myself, he’s just telling me to go on and do your stuff - play, enjoy yourself.
“For me, having that thought in my head it’s very good for me - everyone makes mistakes, if you make mistakes you just have to get on with it.
“Nuno is more than just a coach - if you have a problem or if you’re a bit down, you can go to him and he will understand and try to sort it out.
“He’s very helpful to the players and that’s why you see everyone doing what he says and we have to work hard for him as well.
“The way he helps us, we have to help him. We are all a family and that’s what you want in a team - with togetherness you can do whatever you want to do and you can achieve anything that you want to achieve.
“We eat together, timekeeping, we have to respect everything that is said. If they say we have to be here for five, you have to because it’s the job - you doing that, you’re helping us and you’re helping the other players as well.”