Wolverhampton Wanderers captain Conor Coady has described teammate Adama Traore as “horrible” to come up against in training.
Traore moved to Molineux last summer from Middlesbrough and has had a fairly quite first season so far with the West Midlands club.
The right-winger has scored just one goal and supplied three assists across all competitions, but three have been signs recently that he’s growing in confidence.
He is a powerhouse attacker that can be unstoppable on the wing with his strength and speed, but just needs to convince his manger Nuno Espirito Santo over his end product.
The 23-year-old has improved his crossing in recent games and is pushing closer to a more regular spot in the starting XI.
“He’s horrible to face in training – I’m glad I don’t have to play against him any more!” senior player Coady said, as quoted by the Express and Star.
“He’s absolutely horrible, he runs through you, he runs around you, I can’t imagine what it’s like for the opposition team especially when he’s playing like he did on Saturday.”
It’s no surprise to hear that Traore is a menace in training, as he’s got a physical presence and turn of pace unlike many others in the Premier League.
The Spanish speed machine just needs to try convert that into a match day and he’s got the potential to be a key player for Nuno’s team.
Traore always gets Wolves fans off their seats and they are willing him to succeed, which is why he just needs a couple of goals to really help push him on.