Olympiacos owner Vangelis Marinakis spoke to press after his club’s win against Panathinaikos at the weekend and explained he believes they can eliminate Wolverhampton Wanderers when the sides meet in the second leg of their Europa League tie.
The clubs drew 1-1 in the first leg, all the way back in March.
Speaking about their Europa League chances, as covered by Sdna, Marinakis said he’s hopeful of going far in he competition: “Once we pass Wolves, the road will be open for us and I think we can do very well. In the first leg, we were the best team and we could have won the game.
“Our players saw that we have the ability to do so. I think we will pass Wolves, and after that, we have three games left. We continue to dream.”
Olympiacos are enjoying a good Europa League campaign this season after eliminating Arsenal in the last round and then getting a draw in the first leg with Wolves, which was played behind closed doors.
The Greek giants have already won the Greek Superleague and they beat their arch-rivals Panathinaikos by 3-0 last weekend, so they can now concentrate on Europe.
Wolves have also impressed this season in the competition and will feel they have a good chance of going far once it resumes in August.