Championship leaders Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C are having fun under the sun at a training camp in Spain following the manager, Nuno Espirito Santo’s, decision to embark on a warm-weather training for “vitamin D.”
Nuno believes Wolves need to “work in a different environment” this week to recover from Sunday’s 0-2 home defeat to Nottingham Forest.
“The other point is that we’re going to stay together for more time, we’re going to spend 24 hours a day with each other, only us,” he told the club website.
“It’s a full week, 24 hours a day, seven days a week so I think it will be very good for us and positive.”
They are currently nine points clear of second placed Derby. With Wolves securing a comfortable lead, the battle for second place has four teams running with Aston Villa standing a good chance on fourth position.
Wolves face Ipswich Town on Saturday hoping to utilise the energy gathered from their camp.
Here is a sneak peak of their camp in Spain.
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