Fosun’s ambitions for Wolves are there for all to see and it’s exciting times for the club.
Jeff Shi has been speaking this week about their 10-year plan on and off the field, to be a force in the Premier League and expand Molineux.
I’ve said from day one these guys aren’t here to relax. They won’t be happy with just winning promotion, they’re aiming higher than that.
It’s about mental positivity – Jeff wants to be top of the crop and the ambition they’ve got is superb.
We haven’t had a chairman speaking like this for a long time. They want to be bigger and better than anyone and the money is available to get them there.
Jeff’s a quiet man, softly spoken, but he clearly knows what he’s doing.
They’re making big statements but at the same time him, Nuno and everyone else seems to be keeping their feet on the floor and they’re all very aware of the hard work that needs to go in to get to where they want to go.
On the pitch Wolves got a great result against a poor, negative Reading team this week and they’ll be looking to make it a perfect few days by beating Burton today.
Burton will be resilient and organised and it might be an afternoon for patience, but Wolves have got more than enough quality to beat them if they’re on their game.
There are only eight games to go after this, the finishing line is coming into view and it would be great to put some pressure on Cardiff and Villa, who both play later this weekend.
We want to get the job done and get over the line as soon as we can, if possible.
You’ve got to say the character of the side is superb – after every defeat this season they’ve bounced back.
It say a lot about the spirit of the camp and also the man management of Nuno.
He seems to be able to calm them down and re-focus them, which is really important with a young squad.
As well as Burton there are a few games against relegation-threatened teams coming up including Blues, Hull and Bolton.
When they’re scrapping for their lives it’ll be tough but we need to blank that out and concentrate on what we do best, which is attacking on the front foot at pace and being positive.