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Vote | Wolves up for three Premier League awards

After an impressive February, Wolves have been nominated for a trio of Premier League awards, with Nuno Espirito Santo, Ruben Neves and Joao Moutinho all nominated for prizes.

In the five league fixtures Wolves played during the month, Nuno’s side went unbeaten, claiming draws against Leicester City and Newcastle United, as well as one-goal victories over Arsenal and Leeds United, and a stunning second-half turnaround against Southampton.

Following his superb strike against Arsenal back at the start of February, Moutinho has been nominated for the Budweiser Goal of the Month award.

Moutinho’s wait for a first home Premier League goal ended in stunning style, to help Wolves secure all three points against the Gunners.

With the game in the balance at 1-1, the experienced Portuguese midfielder picked up the ball 25 yards out from goal, before launching an unstoppable effort that flew past the diving Bernd Leno and into the back of the net off the left post.

Also nominated for the award is James Ward-Prowse and Takumi Minamino (Southampton), Bruno Fernandes (Manchester United), Mohamed Salah (Liverpool), Matt Lowton (Burnley), Riyad Mahrez (Manchester City) and Jean-Philippe Mateta (Crystal Palace).

To vote for Moutinho, click here.

Nuno himself has been nominated for Barclays Manager of the Month following Wolves’ February form, the sixth time Wolves’ Portuguese boss has been up for the award since the club’s promotion into the Premier League.

The head coach faces competition from Pep Guardiola (Man City), Scott Parker (Fulham) and Thomas Tuchel (Chelsea).

To vote for Nuno, click here.

Due to his goalscoring antics throughout February, Neves has been nominated for the EA Sports Player of the Month award.

The Portuguese midfielder scored three times last month, with his first-half penalty helping set up the win over Arsenal at Molineux, while the first headed goal of his Wolves career earned the club a point against Newcastle.

But it was in the comeback at Southampton where Neves shined, scoring the first of Wolves’ two goals from the spot before setting up Pedro Neto to notch the winner.

Neves is up against Joachim Andersen (Fulham), Harvey Barnes (Leicester City), Joao Cancelo and Ilkay Gundogan (Manchester City), Bruno Fernandes (Manchester United), Jesse Lingard (Wet Ham United) and Raphinha (Leeds United).

To vote for Neves, click here.

Voting closes at 6pm on Monday 8th March.

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