"The point ensured Wolves' qualification for the last 32 with a game to spare and Nuno was particularly delighted for the sizeable travelling contingent".
"I have raised my concerns with the ambassador, and said that this is not the type of approach or attitude that we expect towards visiting fans from Wolverhampton and the rest of the country who were there to support their team". That is what makes us proud, the journey which we started together in the Championship.
"The fans are always with us, supporting, and that is what makes me happy - really, really happy".
The visitors had a quiet start but Jonny was afforded too much space on the left to float a ideal cross to the far post for Jimenez to net his 15th goal of the season.
"The season was great and it was another demanding race".
'It's very important to keep Nuno at the club, not only for the players but for the club as well.
"So, it's a massive achievement, but it's a little bit of a mad feeling because we felt we should have won the game and we need to look at it because it's disappointing".
"We are trying to develop and improve - and we don't have limits".
Wolves fell behind early on, with Horta's strike deflecting in off Ruben Neves.
After storming back from a goal down to lead 3-1 at the interval, Wolves somehow let maximum points and top spot in Group K slip from their grasp in a thriller in the rain in Portugal.
Nuno added: "The first half we started badly but a goal like that can happen".
"The reaction was very 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".
But Braga kept their grip on first-team K with second-half goals from Polinho and Francisco.