Rajiv van La Parra’s loan move to Brighton has reinvigorated the winger and put him back in the mix at Wolves.
Back in November, it appeared that Wolves gaffer Kenny Jackett was desperate to get rid of the 24-year-old.
During the summer Wolves head coach Kenny Jackett decided that Rajiv van La Parra did not feature in his plans and so could leave Molineux.
A deal was set to take him to Leeds United, but just before the transfer window closed they changed their minds.
He was then set to join Bolton on an emergency 28 day loan but the financial problems at the club ended that move.
With Nathan Byrne brought in to replace him, Van La Parra looked surplus to requirements and he eventually and surprisingly joined Brighton on loan at the end of November.
He made six appearances for the promotion hopefuls, scoring twice before returning to Molineux.
Since his return he has been back in favour with Jackett and has made 4 appearances.
‘It’s been really hard, But I think this kind of thing makes you stronger.’
‘It’s been a new experience for me. I had a feeling I had to prove myself over again.’ Rajiv van La Parra told the Express & Star.
He continued: ‘That’s why I was happy with the Brighton loan so I could get some games there and the gaffer could see me.
He added: ‘The Brighton move has done me good, I’ve come back and am back in the team because of the game time I had at Brighton.
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