Despite Wolverhampton Wanderers falling short to Tottenham Hotspur over the weekend, supporters reserved praise for Adama Traore, Joao Moutinho and Jonny Otto for their respective performances at Molineux.
Jonny, in particular, saw a lot of the ball over the 90 minutes and frequently turned over possession when Wolves didn’t have it. The 25-year-old was energetic down the left flank and nearly kept Tottenham at bay to earn a draw.
Jonny you couldn't have done anymore, heads held high and onto the next game. We are all so proud of the work rate from the whole team today. Onwards and upwards. #wolvesaywe 🐺
— Diane Bennett (@dianebarrow) December 15, 2019
Superb jonny lad , we are all proud of that performance today and so proud of you all and the club ..on another day we win ..The football we are witnessing is like nothing we have ever seen ..👍⚽️🐺
— Stealthwolf 70 (@footsyball2019) December 15, 2019
You were all brilliant. So proud of that performance. Keep the heads held high.
— Jason (@JasonJ1987) December 15, 2019
Great performance today Jonny! Onwards and upwards #WOLTOT
— Sue Hassall (@suehass61) December 15, 2019
You are such an underrated player. You were brilliant today. You all were. Keeping fighting 🐺
— Sophia Goldsmith (@dinglette1972) December 15, 2019
Dominant first half; should perhaps even be 2-1 up. Arguably our best first half of the season; fantastic pressing. Jonny & Joao outstanding, Diogo has his mojo back. Just need to take our chances & we can definitely win this 🐺 #wwfc
— Chris Cobbold (@MrChrisCobbold) December 15, 2019
Moutinho superb in the centre, Jonny solid as ever, Saiss had one of his best games at centre back, Coady with the 50 yard pings, Raul and Jota battling throughout, one of Wolves best performances despite the result. #WOLTOT #wwfc #wolvesaywe
— Chris Crowther 🐺 (@chriscrowther88) December 15, 2019
Against Spurs, Jonny made 72 touches, had two shots, made two clearances, completed 85.1% of his 47 passes, made two interceptions, whipped in two crosses, made four tackles, drew one foul and made one successful dribble.
The Spanish international has made 25 appearances in all competitions this season, scoring and creating three goals. Jonny has been a regular at left-back and left wing-back in the Premier League, missing just one game from 17.
He’ll hope to return to winning ways when Wolves travel to face Norwich City on Saturday. Nuno Espirito Santo’s men are currently eighth in the table with 24 points from 17 games, having picked up just one win in four.