Wolverhampton Wanderers is one of, if not the most discussed side in the West Midlands this season
They are also making waves in the Premier League and the FA Cup.
We took a look at what all of Nuno Espirito Santo's counterparts said about him and his exciting side wolves during this time.
This includes Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Pep Guardiola, Jurgen Klopp, Rafael Benitez and the rest.
We will regularly update this with all the best audio bites during the season.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer – Manchester United
Just as Jose Mourinho was impressed by the wolves – so too his successor was overwhelmed by their performance in the FA Cup quarter-final on Saturday.
The United States has been cut and cubed from an impressive assault on the Old Gold.
"You can't perform the highest level of your level every time.
"It's still against a good team, they did very well against the best teams, they don't take anything from them even though we underestimated them, so I don't think that's part of it."
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Jurgen Klopp – Liverpool
The wolves have shared the loot with the league leaders so far this season. They beat them in the FA Cup thanks to a long-range Ruben Neves attack. This is what Klopp said after his team won 2-0 in Molineux in December.
"It was clear that the whole game would be difficult, everyone wants to press, we want to be compact but also wide, which makes it difficult.
"We defended quite well, heavy rain was difficult for both teams, it was a great fight and we knew we had to be ready.
Pep Guardiola – Manchester City
Nuno's team sent a message to the rest of the championship when he got a valuable 1-1 draw with Manchester City in charge.
The former head of Barcelona, Pep was impressed with the structure of Wolves.
"They defend in depth with 10 men so it's not easy even with another player, we have to be more aggressive to put the ball in the box. [de Bruyne] approached and crossed the ball 10 times.
"This is how we have to play [in that situation]. If it passes, passes, passes is more difficult. "
Mauricio Pochettino – Tottenham
Before Nuno's team went to Wembley and won, they were involved in a five-goal thriller with Spurs, coming off the wrong side of a 3-2 score.
Pochettino, however, praised his praises: "From the beginning they pushed hard and we conceded some actions where the Wolves were fantastic.
"Since we scored the third goal the stadium was like," OK, 3-0, the game is over & # 39; and at that moment a situation has arrived from which we have to learn.
"We must learn to play seriously and not make mistakes. I am happy with the three points but disappointed and we can learn."
Manuel Pellegrini – West Ham United
The wolves earned their first win of the season against the Hammers when Adama Traore brought home a winning time.
Pellegrini, who had just conquered the London stadium, said: "When I was in China, I always saw what was happening in England and in the Premier League.
"Nuno did a great job in Wolverhampton, not only for the promotion, but for the points won in the championship, which is a very difficult competition.
"After that, I saw the three games they already played, and they are a team that believes in what they do, and they continue in the same way they did it last season.
"I think the team has to play the way they work every day and Wolverhampton seems to be playing against every team the same way. This is the credit of their manager."
Unai Emery – Arsenal
It was the late heartbreak for the Wolves against the Arsenal, when they suffered a late draw to cancel the first half of Ivan Cavaleiro.
Emery believes his team was lucky to say a point: "It wasn't enough to get the win, but after drawing, we kept taking the risk because we wanted to win, but we're not satisfied with that.
"In the first half they made everything very difficult.
"This team is very difficult to break or break their defensive lines and passes very quickly. Our idea changed a little because we needed to take more risks."
Neil Warnock – Cardiff City
Despite their worst night of the season, the Wolves surrendered with a single 2-1 lead over the favored Cardiff City.
It was a night of revenge for Warnock, whose team lost the championship crown to Nuno's team.
"I could have talked all night.
"It would have been the same against anyone.
"The wolves were the best team in the league last year and we were not very far from them.
"I thanked the players for making me a nice birthday!"
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