Wolves boss Nuno Santo is set to put pen to paper on a new contract at Molineux.

The Portuguese coach has been in talks with the club over the summer, with his current deal at the club set to expire in 2021.

Both sides are keen to secure his continuation in the West Midlands, with Santo central Wolves’ rise in the last two years.

Santo led the club to a top-flight return in 2018, after less than 12 months in charge, not content with being an also ran in the Premier League, Wolves qualified for Europe in their first season back in the big time.

They followed that up with another Europa League finish in 2020, but, Arsenal’s FA Cup success has denied them a spot in Europe this season.

But despite being edged out of the Europa League for the coming campaign, Santo’s position at the club remains vital to their continued progress.

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