Nuno brushes off Football Leaks claims
It has been claimed the relationship between Wolves and agent Jorge Mendes breaches Football Association rules.
Published by German publication Der Spiegel, it alleges that owners Fosun International own a 15 per cent stake in Mendes' Gestifute agency and bought it shortly before they purchased Wolves in 2016.
This, it says, paved the way for a number of players, such as Ivan Cavaleiro, Helder Costa, Diogo Jota and Ruben Neves, plus Nuno himself, to join the club, all of whom were instrumental in Wolves winning promotion to the Premier League last season.
FA rules state that an agent cannot influence the business a club conducts but the allegations published by Football Leaks suggests Mendes has a more prominent role than just an advisor.
Asked how convinced he was that there was no wrong-doing, Nuno replied: "I am totally convinced, totally.
"There is no subject, no issue on that. Let's wait and see but I am totally convinced. What is important is that I don't care about that. I don't focus on that and I don't give any importance to it.
"I think Football Leaks is always bringing things out and for me it is not important."
Wolves have previously insisted they are complying with the rules when, back in March, several Championship clubs urged the Football League to investigate Mendes' influence at the club.
The Portuguese agent, whose clients also include Jose Mourinho and Cristiano Ronaldo, has no official title at the club and the EFL stated when looking into the matter earlier this year that it was satisfied over Mendes' involvement.