Michael Zyro has posted on Twitter after the winger was one of six players to be released by Wolverhampton Wanderers this summer, thanking the club for his chance to play in England.
The 26-year-old joined Wolves in January 2016 from Polish side Legia Warsaw, but has since managed just 10 appearances for the Midlands club – instead going out on loan twice.
He firstly went on loan to Charlton Athletic, where he scored three goals in 14 appearances for the London-based club. For the entire 2018-19 season, he went to Pogon Szczecin but only played 11 times.
It saw Wolves opt against extending the three-and-a-half-year deal he signed in January 2016, leaving him to find a new home. He posted a heartfelt Tweet to Wolves fans after being confirmed by the club’s website as departing.
Thank you @Wolves for everything. My journey with you finished but always I will be grateful for a chance to played in England. I met a lot of great people.
Thanks all of you for every messages.
— Michał Żyro (@Michal_Zyro) May 31, 2019
Zyro scored three goals in his 10 appearances for Wolves, but the club’s promotion to the Premier League probably ended any chance Zyro had of forging a career with the Midlands side.
Nuno Espirito Santo prefers to play with wing-backs rather than wingers, and even then, Wolves have Adama Traore, Helder Costa and Ivan Cavaleiro as options out wide. Releasing Zyro was the correct decision.