"We see how much effort was spent by the players, normally the regeneration is quicker and they need more time because we didn't make a preseason".
Manager Pep Guardiola felt his side had been let down by fragile defending but reckoned it was still a good point against newcomers who had demonstrated why they can still thrive in the top flight.
"It was a good game but after we scored we should have managed a couple of minutes better", said Nuno.
Guardiola usually knows what to say within the confines of the dressing room, but he does not mind filtering slithers of his discontent out into the public domain via his press conferences, either. "It's the way we play football".
Yet it is not just his use of social media that needs to change.
In the last two seasons when Championship winners have faced Premier League winners, the former has been victorious.
Though the champions, who had won their first two games of the season in handsome fashion, will be frustrated at their dominance not being rewarded, Wolves deserved their second league point and never stopped striving for a late victor.
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And even though City shared the points thanks to an emphatic header by Laporte, the game threw up rare questions for Guardiola to answer.
Despite protestations, the Boly's dodgy goal was allowed to stand and City were left with an embarrassing predicament to dig themselves out of.
But while Nuno offered no hints to taking down City he believes they are not flawless.
Last year's PFA Young Player of the Year, though, looked a young player lacking confidence after he's followed that summer of woe with seemingly being replaced in the Manchester City first-choice XI. But Mendy and Bernardo Silva were also excellent against Arsenal and I gave opportunities to the other guys.
The game's opening goal eventually arrived in the 56th minute and it was controversial as Wily Boly guided the ball into the bottom corner with the use of his hand, which the officials did not spot.
"In the first two games there's been no encouragement against Arsenal and Huddersfield".
A day to forget for Guardiola and his players, and it will be interesting to see how Mendy deals with this incident on social media. Try to think about winning the game, and that's what Nuno did with Wolves.