Wolverhampton Wanderers head coach Nuno Espirito Santo has stressed that his multi-national squad are well aware of the significance of Monday's derby with Birmingham City.
The Wolves matchday squad for the win over Bolton Wanderers last weekend featured eight different nationalities, including five players from Nuno's native Portugal.
However, Nuno insists that his players acknowledge that this Championship game will be "different", telling the official club website: "Of course the players understand.
"They go to the supermarket, they go to the grocery (store), and the people that work there say, 'come on, Wolves ay we'.
"For me, I have been involved in many derbies, in different countries and regions. Monday is special and you have to deal with your emotions.
"It's a derby, we cannot forget that - derbies are different. We look at Birmingham as a good team - a tough team.
"It is a derby and we have to deal, and the best way to deal is to take care of your emotions.
"Taking care of your emotions during the game is the most important - dealing with our emotions but never stop playing, always going for the win."