A 5-1 loss away at Spurs on Sunday means that Newcastle have lost three games on the trot in the Premier League.


The Magpies are still six points above the relegation zone and are now set to take on Wolverhampton Wanderers tonight at St. James Park, finally back at home following an extended spell on the road.



Despite their mauling at the hands of Spurs, Newcastle star Bruno has insisted that the confidence in the Magpies camp has not taken a hit.


The Brazilian stressed that all at the Tyneside giants have confidence in the team and boss Eddie Howe and now they are hoping to get a good result against Wolves.



Asked whether the confidence in the Newcastle camp has taken a hit owing to their heavy loss away at Spurs, Bruno told NUFC TV: “No, it does not fall, but it is not nice to lose by five goals and not having played well.


“We hoped to come away with a draw or a win, as we went ahead in the game.



“We have full confidence in the team and the manager.


“We hope to put in a good performance in the next game against Wolves.”


All eyes will be on whether Howe will hand Bruno his first start in front of the St James Park crowd in tonight’s clash.