Wolves striker Raul Jimenez has revealed that he has special feelings for the supporters after netting a late goal during his side's shock win over Tottenham Hotspur at Wembley on Saturday.

Nuno Espirito Santo’s men completed a late second half comeback to stun Spurs 3-1 in their own backyard to climb up to seventh place in the Premier League table.

The hosts took the lead through Harry Kane, but three goals within the final 20 minutes sealed a memorable win for Wolves, who have made a great impression on their return to the top flight.

Jimenez, who is currently on loan from Benfica, edged the visitors ahead after Willy Boly had restored parity in the 72nd minute, before Helder Costa completed the rout in the 87th minute.

The Mexican marksman has played a part in every single league game for Wolves, while also netting six goals and registering five assists.

Despite only joining Wolves in the summer, Jimenez says that he has special feelings for the club’s supporters, who were in full voice at Wembley on Saturday.

Error, group does not exist! Check your syntax! (ID: 76)

The 27-year-old also admitted that it was a wonderful experience to return to Wembley, where he won the Olympics gold medal in 2012, and play a crucial role in beating Spurs.

“It’s an amazing experience, coming to this stadium and have a match like this”, Jimenez told the club’s official website.

“I won the Olympics here at this stadium in 2012, so coming back again and winning against Tottenham is great.

“It was great to score in front of the Wolves fans. I have special feelings for them.

“They spend the whole match supporting us and it doesn’t matter if we are losing or winning, they are amazing and I’m proud of them too.”

Wolves will next face Crystal Palace at Molineux on Wednesday as they aim to continue their winning run beyond the turn of the year.