Bruno Lage has enjoyed a promising start to life at Wolves.

The 45-year-old’s appointment was greeted with a fair amount of scepticism.

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Bruno Lage (Photo by Sebastian Frej/MB Media/Getty Images)

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Not everybody was happy to see Nuno Espirito Santo depart Molineux.

2020/21 was a tough season, but many were still vouching for Nuno as the man to take the club forwards.

Fast forward a few months, and few are thinking about the former manager now.

While Lage does do some questionable things (mainly relating to his in-game management) he is clearly a good coach who is full of bright ideas, and the players have responded well to him thus far.

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Lage and Nuno (Photo by Jack Thomas – WWFC/Wolves via Getty Images)

The real tests will come over Christmas, with some difficult fixtures on the horizon.

But Wolves have shown they can now create an abundance of chances in games and defend well as a unit – that would suggest the team have the potential to go well over the next month or so.

Interestingly, Sky Sports have reported that Wolves sitting on 19 points after 12 games means the club have actually made their best ever start to a Premier League campaign.

Fans react as Lage oversees Wolves’ best ever start to a Premier League season

On social media, some supporters have been reacting to the statistic that Wolves have made their best start to a Premier League campaign.

After watching the team lose the first three games by the same 1-0 scoreline, some are stunned the club are now in the position they are.

Many have piled the praise on Lage for the job he has done:


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