Wolves will seek to build on their Europa League win at Besiktas when they travel to Slovan Bratislava on Thursday.
A 1-0 home loss to Braga in their first Europa League game of the season was the last time the Molineux outfit tasted defeat and only VAR prevented them making it three wins on the bounce when being held to a 1-1 draw at Southampton in the Premier League at the weekend.
Nuno was frustrated come full-time of that game, not just with VAR, but with his team having slipped behind against Saints after being in total control of the game and he now wants to see a more "solid" display on Thursday.
Slovan currently sit top of the group after a draw against Braga, having seen off Besiktas 4-2 on Matchday 1. The Slovakians have won every home match in Europe so far this season although they will have to play this one behind closed doors after the fans were found guilty of racial abuse.
Despite not being able to sell tickets to this game, Slovan having used a UEFA loophole to give the tickets away to local football clubs and schools, with 21,000 people expected at the game along with 200 Wolves fans.
On the pitch, Slovan boss Jan Kozak is expected to go with a back five, having used a similar system to great effect at Braga, with Andraz Sporar leading the line after already scoring three times in this competition.
Wolves could hand a start to Jota after he made his return from injury in the draw with Southampton, while Matt Dohetry could also be handed a recall after missing Saturday's clash.
Ruben Neves, Ryan Bennett and Romain Saiss wil need to prove their fitness if they are to feature.