Date: 4th March 2019 at 7:00am
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Young Wolverhampton Wanderers Academy graduate Bright Enobakhare finally seems to have got himself up and running in the campaign of 2018/19.

The 21-year-old already boasts 21 starting appearances to his name with us, and 28 showings from the substitutes bench, return three goals, as he continues his development in the game. The talent, albeit not consistent which is to be expected at that age, spent the first half of the campaign up in Scotland with Kilmarnock, but only made two starts and four substitute showings for them. In January, Wolves brought him back and sent him out to local League One side Coventry City for the second half of the year.

Having made his debut for them back in early, he opened his club account as they took a point from Gillingham, and he continues to impress with eight successive starts to his name, and having also found the net against Walsall, last weekend he made it three for the year as he scored the winner against Accrington Stanley.

A run of three goals in five games is not too shabby at all.


2 Replies to ““Puskas Award Incoming” “Magnificent” – Some Coventry Fans Want Wolves Man Permanently Next Summer”

  • It ok saying sign him up but how much do you think he will cost? the Wolves won’t sell him on the cheap – I wouldn’t let him go for less than four million quid plus add one’s.

    • In the current market 4m is extreme given his experience and goal return. We’d be lucky to get 250k in my mind, but a solid 25% sell on and clauses taking the potential total fee to around 750k/1m wouldn’t be impossible.

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