Raul Jimenez believes Wolves must “enjoy” playing the Premier League’s top teams and embrace the challenge.
Wolves take on the Premier League champions Manchester City on Monday night, a week after beating the current leaders Liverpool in the FA Cup.
Going into the game with two goals in his last three games, the Mexican is determined to savour the moment and catch the eye at the Etihad Stadium.
On facing Man City
“We have to enjoy the matches. We know it’s going to be difficult, but we know how to do it. We know the kind of match, we go there with nothing to lose.
“It’s interesting to see them play. When you see them on the pitch you think they have a lot of years playing together. Every pass they do is with an idea to create danger for the other team.”
On facing the ‘big six’
“If you see the matches we have against the bigger teams, maybe it’s a good thing (playing City). It’s going to be a very difficult match, they have players who know each other very well.
"We have our mentality and levels of performance to go there.”
On his future
“I don’t know, that’s the decision of other people – upstairs. I’m happy here, happy with my play and happy in the team. We have to wait until the end of January or the summer.”