Leander Dendoncker is hopeful that their 4-3 win at home to visiting Leicester city last weekend can be the driving force to their good run at home in the Premier League this season.

Leander Dendoncker who plays as a defender and at the same time as a defensive midfielder is hopefully that the club will continue from were they stopped against Leicester.

Wolverhampton Wanderers continued to be a surprise team in the Premier League after recording shock wins against Chelsea and Tottenham both in the Premier League.

Wolves home form hasn’t been top notch in their last couple of games in the Premier League and in a dramatic encounter at the Molineux, Wolves turned out to be too good for the foxes.

Dendoncker said: The game had a lot of goals and a high intensity, so
I think it was entertaining for everyone in the
stadium. We used the support of our fans and we
have to try to do that every time we play at home.

He however admitted that they had lots of emotions during the game and they’ll continue to improve on their home front.

Wolverhampton Wanderers shocked Tottenham Hotspur back in december after coming from a goal down in the first half to record three goals in the encounter at Wembley, Tottenham’s adopted home ground.

Dendoncker also praised his teammates on their performance.

Wolverhampton Wanderers now have 32 points and they currently placed eight on the Premier League table.