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"I'm very proud of how we did things".

"That is one of the most precious things we have in football: an identity based on a style of play, how we socialise, our rules, our tasks, how we deal with problems and all the situations that can improve a team". A talented coach, he's been able to restore some credit for himself with his work at Sevilla, but Neves will know his methods well. "We know it will be hard but we're ready". "That's maybe the only thing they are ahead of us on", said Neves. They are used to playing in this weather, in the United Kingdom we don't have it, but we're professionals and will be ready to play, rain or shine".

"I think every team have got the same conditions".

"I'm very, very proud". "Tomorrow, of course, I will want to beat him, but I am also thankful to him".

"It's a different type of competition to how it's been played before", Lopetegui said.

Sevilla are focused on extending their illustrious history in the Europa League, however their quarter-final tie with Wolverhampton Wanderers comes with an added milestone, as Jesus Navas will play his 50th Europa League match for the club.

Nuno's side will be facing a team in form with Sevilla unbeaten in 11 matches since the restart.

The loss for the Premier League side means they won't be in Europe next season, after Arsenal's FA Cup win over Chelsea.

Wolves love upsetting the odds and Raul Jimenez and Adama Traore will be looking to exploit Sevilla on the counter, but Sevilla are a savvy team and are third favorites to win the Europa League yet again.

"They're a very good team and a tough opponent".

"Especially tonight, of course we played late so it'll be a unusual one tomorrow morning for some of them. because they probably won't sleep for a few hours. It will be a really even game and both sides will push each other to the limit".



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