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April 16, 2019

Enobakhare insists his head’s B-right as he eyes chance at Wolves

Bright Enobakhare insists he has the right mindset and would like to return to Wolves as he continues to catch the eye on loan at League One side Coventry. The 21-year-old has just been named in the EFL’s team of the week after scoring a classy goal to open the floodgates in a memorable 5-4 win at Sunderland at the weekend. The goal was his fifth in 14 games for the Sky Blues, who he joined after a frustrating spell with Kilmarnock, where he failed to score and only started twice and came off the bench on a further four…

Edwards praises character of Wolves U23s after win

Rob Edwards has praised the character of Wolves Under-23s after they beat Stoke 2-1 last night to keep their Premier League 2 Division Two title hopes alive. Wolves snatched victory to go top on goal difference ahead of Reading with just one game left. But watched by a Molineux crowd of 2,934, they had to weather heavy second-half pressure from a determined Potters side who created plenty of chances before Ed Francis drilled home the winner with five minutes left. Dion Sanderson had given Wolves the lead only for Daniel Jarvis to cancel it out. “It shows a lot because…

Nuno: Wolves cub Kilman can force his way into the Max

Wolves youngster Max Kilman has been backed by boss Nuno Espirito Santo to force his way into the first team. The 21-year-old left-sided defender has travelled with the first team squad to their warm weather training camp in Marbella after impressing the head coach in training and in the Under-23s games. Kilman has recently stepped up to train with the senior squad on a more regular basis, missing the last three Under-23s games, while he has been an unused substitute for the senior team five times this season, most recently in the 2-0 defeat at Burnley. Nuno has shown he…