Picking the Best Potential Wolves Lineup to Face Tottenham in the Premier League on Saturday

Wolves are on the hunt for their first Premier League victory at the third time of asking when they host Tottenham on Saturday evening. 

Nuno Espirito Santo's charges head into the clash off the back of two consecutive defeats - for the first time this season - at the hands of Watford and Brighton, and the club faithful will be hoping to see a repeat of their feats against the Manchester clubs when the north London side roll into town.

Here is how Wolves could lineup on at Molineux Stadium. 

1. Goalkeeper & Defenders

Rui Patricio (GK) - A mainstay for Wolves in between the sticks this season, and rightfully so.

Conor Coady (CB) - Has yet to miss a game for Wolves this term and continues to lead his side in impeccable fashion. 

Willy Boly (CB) - The Frenchman has had an impressive start to the season and so far leads his fellow central defenders in blocks, clearances and headed clearances in the league. 

Ryan Bennett (CB) - Almost scored a dramatic equaliser against Brighton.

2. Midfielders

Matt Doherty (RWB) - The 26-year-old continues to dominate for Wolves having been a thorn in Brighton's side last time out, but needs to make the most of his chances moving forward.

Ruben Neves (CM) - Unmovable from his position in the centre of the park, and is one of the first names on the teamsheet.

Joao Moutinho (CM) - The experienced midfielder adds an important dynamic to the team and is as consistent as they come. 

Jonny (LWB) - Not his regular position, but the Spaniard has been impressive so far this term.

3. Forwards

Helder Costa (RW) - Continues to struggle in making an impact in the final third, but he showed signs of finding his feet.  

Diogo Jota (LW) - Was overlooked in favour of Adama Traore last week after struggling to get himself on the scoreboard, could be given another chance against Spurs. 

Raul Jimenez (ST) - With Wolves having failed to score in their last two outings all fingers will be crossed for the striker to take his goal contribution above five.