Wolves executive chairman Jeff Shi described working with Nuno Espirito Santo as “a pleasure” and is thrilled the head coach has committed his future to the club.
After a thoroughly successful three years in charge of Wolves, Nuno has now signed up for a further three, which Shi believes is fantastic news for the football club.
“Nuno really is the special one to Wolves. He’s also my teacher in football,” Shi said.
“He’s brought us a clear identity, and all the work we have done to build our first team over the last three years started from the identity created in Nuno’s head.
“He is a guy born for football, living for football. To him Wolves is not only a job, but also a unique team to work with to fulfil his football ideal.
“It’s my pleasure and honour to have worked with him for three seasons, in which we have experienced many unforgettable moments together and made some achievements together.
“Now, we are standing at the door to a new cycle. The story of Wolves’ football evolution under Nuno’s leadership is continuing with even more passion and determination than before.
“The board and I are all very happy to see Nuno’s commitment to the club, now let’s open the next chapter for our pack.”