Wolves boss Nuno wants an attacking performance tonight against Arsenal.
Nuno predicts Wednesday's clash with the visiting Gunners will be nothing like the Brighton stalemate, when Wolves had 68% possession and 23 shots.
He said: “It will be totally different. Every game is a new game and nothing repeats in football. We say to the players: Compete to the maximum of your strengths and go for it.
“What happened against Brighton is difficult to explain - the first time there has been zero fouls. We didn't make a foul. I have watched the game 100 times and I cannot explain to myself how our team didn't commit a foul. It's never ever happened to me before. It's strange.
“There was too much possession without goals. That's something we have to improve on. But I think it shows a lot of organisation, a lot of balance. It shows that when we hadn't got the ball, we got into the right spaces to recover well. So that bodes very well."