Wolves record goalscorer Steve Bull believes the newly-promoted side can finish in the top half of the Premier League next season.
The club`s return to the top flight after a six-year absence was confirmed when Fulham drew 1-1 with Brentford on Saturday.
Wolves followed that with a 2-0 win over Birmingham on Sunday and Bull is convinced the team can make an immediate impression in the Premier League.
I think top 10, easy, he told Sky Sports News. We played Manchester City in the Carabao Cup earlier in the season. We had four one-on-ones, we didn`t put them away but we got a draw out of it and lost on penalties and I think if we can do that against Man City we can get up there.
Bull, who scored 250 goals in a 13-year spell at Molineux between 1986 and 1999, believes Nuno Espirito Santo will quickly prove himself as a Premier League manager.
Nuno is a very humble man, he`s a lovely man, he gets his tactics right and he`s been doing it all season, Bull said.
I think he is going to create something here and it is going to be great over the next three to five years.
I think he will be brilliant. People are saying `are we going to stay there?` I think we will. I think he will strengthen in the summer, get the players in who he wants and he will be like Mourinho running up and down the touchline - I think he will do well.
Wolves executive chairman Jeff Shi recently talked about turning Wolves into a manor house and its an analogy that resonates with Bull.
The bottom five in the Premier League is a house, Bull said. The manor is up there in the top five. He`s got big ambitions and I think they are going to put their money where their mouth is.
This is just the start. When we went up last time we didn`t invest enough and we came straight back down and that is a lesson learned.
We`ve got a chairman who has come in who wants to build something here and be really big. I think this is just the start.
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