07 August 2020 14:37
Raul Jimenez believes Wolves should target Europa League glory after firing them into the quarter-finals. The striker's penalty booked a last eight showdown with Sevilla as Wolves beat Olympiacos 2-1 on aggregate. Nuno Espirito Santo's side clinched a 1-0 win at Molineux thanks to Jimenez's eighth-minute spot kick on Thursday to squeeze into the tournament's one-off format in Germany. Wolves' season has lasted over a year amid the coronavirus pandemic but Jimenez called for them to keep going with silverware on the line. Raul Jimenez (left) tackles Olympiakos' Lazar Randjelovic during the Europa League round of 16 second leg tie at Molineux).
He said: "It feels amazing being in the quarter-finals. We've had a long journey to be here, but now we have to face it knowing that it will be difficult, but we are playing for something and we want it. "It's very big. After our first year in the Premier League we learned a lot, we achieved the Europa League, now this year, we made more points in the Premier League and now we're in the quarter-finals, we want it more. "We want to keep going, keep doing this as we know and keep going like this. "It's a long, long season. We started last year and now we are here, still with the same players, still with the same rhythm, now we try to achieve big things and we know that we can do it. "Now we have to go to Germany, be focused on what's coming and then think about the next game."