Wolves fullback Nelson Semedo was delighted to be part of victory over Real Betis.
Semedo only returned to the camp on Wednesday following his Euro 2020 exploits, but was already up to speed as he set up Patrick Cutrone for the first goal of the Bruno Lage era, but the 27-year-old is hoping his assist is the first of many this season.
He told the club's website: “It was nice. I've been working with the team since Wednesday, getting good sensations, good feelings, trying to get in the ideas of the coach as well and it was a good game for us.
“It's very important, because we have a new coach, we have Bruno, and we are trying to get in his ideas and in his way of playing, and we're training hard. It's always good to have a game to put into action what we are training."
On creating more assists this season, he added: “I hope so. We hope so. We will work on it, try to get better and better and let's hope to have more opportunities like this."
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