The Portuguese has put pen to paper on a contract which runs until the summer of 2023, replacing his previous one which was due to expire next summer. Passion and courage are Aeroset's core values and when I translate that into the Premier League, I can only think in one team - Wolves.
"We very much look forward to working with them throughout what we hope will be another memorable campaign at Molineux."This is not Aeroset's first foray into football sponsorship with the company now being the front-of-shirt sponsor for Argentina Primera Division side Racing Club de Avellaneda since the beginning of the year".
"He is a guy born for football, living for football".
"It's my pleasure and honour to have worked with him for three seasons, in which we have experienced many unforgettable moments together and made some achievements together". It's incredible, it was brilliant when we all saw (the contract news).
Wolves' 2019-20 season only finished on August 11 after a mammoth campaign which took in 59 games in all competitions, but they showed no signs of weariness as they took the lead inside three minutes in the sunshine at Bramall Lane.
The former goalkeeper also led Wolves to the quarter-finals of the Europa League last season, where they lost 1-0 to eventual winners Sevilla, in their first season in European football for 39 years.
"What we did before and what others did before, it doesn't matter".
"Let's prepare well, let's challenge, do the way we do things, fight for it". It's all about them.
After making the thunderous start that Wolves did, they did not flood players forward because they knew that due to the tendency to United's centre back to overlap behind defences, and the fact that Wilder opted to play two strikers, the Wanderers could have consequently become exposed at the back.
"The number of games we shared together and we really miss them".
"It is massive for us", he said.
"They've got a certain way of playing and it's something we've struggled against".