Wolves are set to have their new manager Julen Lopetegui touch down in England this week.
The Spaniard’s arrival in Wolverhampton is expected imminently, as he shapes up his backroom team.
Lopetegui is the man that Wolves have chosen to replace the sacked Bruno Lage and guide the team to Premier League safety.
Lopetegui’s assistant head coach Pablo Sanz, coach Juan Vicente Peinado, and first-team coach Edu Rubio have been with the club all week.
“I met them today very briefly, we had a chat,” said Davis of Lopetegui’s backroom staff, who are already in England, after a 1-0 Carabao Cup win over Leeds in midweek.
“They’re having a lot of meetings with various departments. We’ll continue to talk until the Arsenal game during this week.”