The Wolves manager, Nuno, says a much sought-after talent is “delighted” at Wolves
With enough pace and power,Adama Traore
has seen his stock fly over recent seasons. His qualities and talent has already begun to attract attention and admiration from afar, with leading sides across Europe of the opinion that Traore would add something different to their ranks.
Obviously it would take a lot of money to get a deal done, sinceWolves
have no intention of selling and also Traore is satisfied and ignores the speculations that are being generated around him.
"What I can say about this is Adama is delighted to be here. You can see how happy he's been in training just by seeing us be together again.” Nuno said.
"Things will happen naturally. Speculation around our players doesn't bother us.
"I watch all the matches our players are involved in – some of them live, some of them I record and watch all the minutes our players play," he added.
"I was delighted and really happy for Adama because he made his debut and he made his debut as a starter, so that shows the progress and the impact Adama had.
"I was delighted with all of our internationals –Daniel Podence
made his debut forPortugal
"I'm happy but at the same time worried and tremendously proud at the amount of international players we have at Wolves.
"We must feel proud as a squad and as a club because representing your national team is the best of the best in your own country so that says enough.
"It says a lot about the quality and the talent of the players we have, and the hard work that we put in.
"When we arrived we didn't have so many internationals so the progression and the commitment of this group makes me hugely proud."