The 43-year-old took charge at Molineux in May, after impressing in spells in charge of Valencia and FC Porto.
Having seen the likes of Rúben Neves and Diogo Jota, both of whom played under Nuno in Portugal, come to the West Midlands over the summer, Wolves' manager has said that he is pleased with how his new signings have hit the ground running in England.
“Not only the technical staff that came but the people that were here before, there’s a lot of people in this building working and the credit goes to them.
"We still have a long way to go as it is not perfect, not done yet."
Ahead of their match at St Andrew's on Monday, Wolves sit one point ahead of Cardiff City at the top of the Championship table. The Wanderers are on course to get over 100 points this season and gain promotion back to the Premier League.