Diogo Jota's spectacular late volley capped a fine 4-0 second-leg victory for Wolves over Pyunik as they moved closer to the Europa League group stage.

Jota - who scored Wolves' first European goal for 39 years against Crusaders last month - sealed an 8-0 aggregate success at Molineux.

Quickfire second-half goals from debutant Pedro Neto, Morgan Gibbs-White and Ruben Vinagre had already put Wolves into cruise control on Thursday.

Nuno Espirito Santo's men will now play Torino, who beat FC Shakhtyor 6-1 on aggregate, in the play-off to reach the group stage.

Wolves will travel to Turin for the first leg next week looking to continue their first European campaign since 1980.

Boss Nuno declared the Pyunik tie was not over in a typically studious pre-game message but, leading 4-0 from the first leg in Armenia last week, there was never any contest.

Rangers made the minimum fuss of in completing in the job against FC Midtjylland as they cruised into the Europa League play-offs with a 3-1 Ibrox win.

Steven Gerrard had warned his team to beware of the Danes after seeing Celtic get sucker-punched out of the Champions League by Cluj on Tuesday night.

But the Light Blues made sure to kill the tie early as two goals from Alfredo Morelos either side of a Sheyi Ojo strike sealed a 7-3 aggregate triumph.

The only blot on the night came late on as Evander Da Silva Ferreira was allowed to pull one back for the Wolves.

But it was a display that would have impressed Andy King - watching from the directors box as he waits to seal his loan switch from Leicester - and now sets up a showdown with Legia Warsaw of Poland as Gers look to qualify for the group stage for the second year running.

And having followed up last week's four-goal romp in Denmark and the 6-1 pasting of Hibernian on Sunday with yet another routine win, Gerrard will be quietly confident of his team's chances.