Raul Jimenez has paid tribute to the Wolves fans for their incredible support.
The striker has been blown away by the support for not only himself, but the whole team too.
Wolves badly struggled last season for a number of reasons.
Injuries were plentiful, and Nuno Espirito Santo had perhaps merely reached the end of his cycle as manager.
One thing that negatively affected Wolves, was not having fans in the ground.
It was something all teams had to deal with, but there were many lethargic performances that may not have happened had there been fans present.
Striker Jimenez has lauded the club’s fans, who support ‘unconditionally
He said: “It’s just incredible. Every time they start singing, it gives you something extra. You can feel that they are supporting you, that they will always be there for you, in good times and in bad times.
“No matter if you play against the first placed team, or against the dead last club, the Molineux stadium will be full. Wherever we go, our fans will travel with us too. They are there supporting us, unconditionally.
Jimenez is also touched by the support the fans have shown him personally.
The 30-year-old is a hugely popular figure at Molineux, and fans consistently ensure he knows it from the stands.
“For me, personally, when they start singing that song – Si Senor – to me, it just feels incredible, he added. “I could have never expected the love that the Wolves fans have given me.”
Jimenez set for lengthy Wolves stay?
It is lovely to hear Jimenez talk about the fans like this.
The £30 million signing is clearly massively appreciative of the club’s fans.
Jimenez is obviously idolised at Molineux, which was the case even before his horrible injury.
The star signed a new deal until 2024 just over a year ago, and it would be no surprise if he saw that out in its entirety.
He seems to adore Wolves, and the feeling of all associated with the club is very much mutual.