It will now be down to Arsenal to convince Santo that a move to The Emirates is right for him, given that his Wolves side are in such a good position in the Premier League and have just qualified for the knockout stages of the Europa League.
But Paulinho and captain Fransergio saved Braga in the second half.
"I'm extremely proud - 6,000 fans here is awesome", he said, in quotes reported by Wolves' official website.
Wolves were unchanged from their 2-1 win at Bournemouth and their strength became apparent as they took control once level.
"The point ensured Wolves' qualification for the last 32 with a game to spare and Nuno was particularly delighted for the sizeable travelling contingent". That is what makes us proud, the journey which we started together in the Championship.
The visitors endured a quiet start, but Jonny had too much space left to place a ideal cross at the far post to allow Jimenez to score his 15th goal of the season. We need to keep the momentum.
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"The season has been long and it was another demanding match". "He is very important for the team".
"We don't have limits, we always keep going and we're going to the next one".
His training deviated from the boot of Ruben Neves to fly over the impotent Rui Patricio for the winger's first goal since the month of August.
Nuno added: "The first half we started badly but a goal like that can happen".
"The first half was good".
"We pressed well, we stayed organised and achieved good combinations, so naturally we were finishing goals, the way the team reacted in play was good".
"Every game you come into, every stadium you come into, you take every game as it comes and it's wonderful competition, and one that we're learning from every single game".