Wolverhampton Wanderers star Ruben Neves has spoken to the Portuguese press once again today, this time in an interview with Sport TV.

The subject was, of course, the number of compatriots he has at the Molineux side, and how good their relationship is in the dressing room.

However, he claims Wolves are much more than that, and the good mood at the club existed long before the ‘Portuguese army’ started joining them.

“I think it’s an easy club to adapt to. I felt it when I arrived. I think everyone feels it when they arrive,” Ruben Neves told Sport TV (via Mais Futebol).

“Not only because there are many Portuguese players, but because we have a fantastic dressing room. I said this once and I think I can repeat it: I will hardly ever find a dressing room like this again. Very united players. From many countries, but all focused on one goal. And everyone wanting the best for the club.”

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Ruben Neves was recently joined by two Portuguese youngsters, Fábio Silva and Vitinha. They both came from his former club Porto in the last window, and have been taking some advice from him regarding life in England and at Wolves.

“Not only on the pitch, about our style of play, but also outside, in relation to the city. And we’re always here to help. We want them to feel good, to feel at home, and I think we have achieved that. It seems to me that their adaptation has been very good. So now it’s time to enjoy the club and the Premier League, which is an excellent league to evolve as players.”

Quoted by Mais Futebol, Ruben Neves also said in the interview he has a ‘very good’ relationship with manager Nuno Espírito Santo, and credited his long range goals to special training he’s been having at the club.