Wolves goalkeeper Jose Sa has outlined his ambition to return to Champions League football.
He has experience of playing in European football’s top competition from his time at Olympiacos.
In an interview with the club website, he says he is a dreamer as well as a realist and wants to get back there.
“We will do our best, and go step by step, but I’m a dreamer and I want to [play in the Champions League], of course,” said Sa.
“For me, I want to be champion [of the Premier League], but we have to be realists too.
“This is a difficult league, but going step by step, game by game, and our mentality is to win the game, and then after that, we will look. But, of course, we want European games.”
Wolves are sixth right now, which means they have to be in the conversation for European football.
The size of the squad may mean that the European challenge falls away, especially with the hectic festive period and the Africa Cup of Nations ahead.
But ambition is to be applauded and Sa’s performances have been of the highest quality since his arrival.
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