Wolves’ boss is happy with the fans’ return despite leaving the club.
was defeated in his last match as the club’s manager, but he says that seeing fans at the stadium was an emotional day for the fans and himself despite the 2-1 defeat to Manchester United.
"It has been emotional for all of us since we arrived at the stadium,"
he said afterwards
. "The presence of the fans. It is a special day for all of us but a day of joy. A special day that will stay in our memories forever. I am very thankful to the fans.
"It was a very tough season but the way that the players have worked, the way that the players have reacted to all the circumstances that unfortunately we have had, I only feel proud of our mission.
"Today was the first day at Molineux of the football we love. There is much more football ahead of us so we have to look to the future with a smile."
Nuno Espirito insists that the decision of his departure was a mutual agreement between him and the club and describes his relationship with the board full of respect and says that all the decision from the first day he arrived was made with respect and together.
"We arrived not knowing what we were going to find and we arrived to find a club that since day one has given us all the support. Since day one there has not been one decision that we did not make together. There was dialogue and respect. This will stay forever."