It’s proven to be an entertaining season for Wolverhampton Wanderers as we announced our return back to the Premier League in some style in the season of 2018/19.
Having stormed to the Championship title last season, survival was the only aim in reality but we had hopes of making more of a fist of it than that, and with seventh place likely ours for the year, added to the potential for European football next campaign, and our run to the FA Cup semi-finals, well, we’d have all taken that for a return to the top flight wouldn’t we.
With plenty of optimism around the Molineux faithful and one eye now on how and where we strengthen the group over the summer transfer window, plenty of players can look back fondly on their efforts across the season under head coach Nuno Espirito Santo and one of those is certainly Conor Coady.
Reflecting on the season, albeit with one game to go, Coady lavished praise on the Wolves faithful for their efforts across the season, and he told the Official Website that for him, there’s no better stadium than a rocking Molineux.
“They’ve been immense all season. I think that this is the best ground in the Premier League to play at, I really do. The way they support us, the atmosphere they create and the platform that they give us – you saw the reception at the end of the game; this club means so much to so many people, and we know that, so we’ve got to make sure we’re doing it right for them. Because of that atmosphere, it’s an incredible place to play football. The reception at the end of the game today was incredible, and to share that with your kids, your wife and your family, and for them to see that was special. This has been a wonderful day for the football club at the end of a wonderful season. We all dreamt of playing in the Premier League last year, and every single player in that dressing room has lived his dreams this year.”
And we get to do it all again next year.