Wolves manager, Nuno Espirito Santo has explained why his side defeated Manchester United 2-1 in the Premier League at Molineux Stadium on Tuesday.
Man United took the lead through Scott McTominay, but the hosts fought back and levelled through Diogo Jota before the break.
Chris Smalling then put the ball into his own goal at.
Santos said Wolves defeated Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men because his players, "worked very well".
Speaking after the game, Santo was quoted by BBC Sport as saying at a post-match press conference: "No, there's no such thing. There was the game, there was a game plan, we take the decisions and the options and we prepare for the next one.
"The preparation for the next game starts tomorrow.
"Two very good results against such a good team requires a lot and the boys worked very well.
"I'm pleased with the performance, that's what is important. To do it twice makes the effort worthwhile. It's not easy to play against Man United."