In the months which came before Nuno Espirito Santo’s Wolves exit, the Portuguese media had positioned Bruno Lage as the man likeliest to to take the job should it become vacant.

Therefore it was no surprise that the former Benfica manager quickly became favourite once Espirito Santo’s exit was announced.

Well, it would now appear there’s been some development in that regard.

Record report, according to their own information, that Lage was ‘interviewed’ on Monday by Wolves, which would suggest he’s not a complete shoe-in for the job vacancy. The Premier League club wanted to get to know Lage ‘more deeply’ and find out more about his personality.

Wolves are said to have a small list of possibilities, and Record say the club also interviewed another candidate on Monday, so it wasn’t just Lage having a chat with them. Record make no attempt to guess who the other interviewee was.

It would appear Wolves are going through a process, and whilst Lage has seemed the likeliest, they’re not rushing into anything.