Date: 21st May 2019 at 6:50am
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Highly rated Wolverhampton Wanderers youngster Rafa Mir has now brought the curtain down on his loan spell with Spanish Segunda Division side Las Palmas.

The 21-year-old attacker headed out to improve his game time and the forward made 19 starting appearances with eleven substitute showings according to Whoscored and across those games he found the back of the net seven times.

He did have slightly better look at Under 21 level for his country though, as his record there now reads six games and five goals.

Whilst he’ll have no doubt wished for a slightly better goal return across the season, it’ll have been a good experience for him with regular action under his belt and with him now making plans to return to Wolves, he took to social media to thank the club for his time with them.

“In Gran Canaria I have been very happy and today I put an end to this stage. I would like to thank my colleagues, Utilleros, managers and workers of this great club the affection they have had towards me. A love I’ve tried to return with work and goals. Thank YOU!”

Still very much one for the future, fans certainly have high hopes about the lad so hopefully next year he’ll get a proper breakthrough with us.

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