Adama Traore was key to Wolves coming from behind to beat Southampton 3-2 on Saturday and has drawn deserved praise.
Pundits Tony Cascarino and Jamie Redknapp were blown away by the winger’s display as he continued a hugely impressive season.
In the Times, Cascarino wrote: “He has eclipsed Wilfried Zaha as the Premier League’s most dangerous player outside the top two. It is rare that Manchester City find an opponent unplayable but that is what happened when Wolves won 2-0 at the Etihad in October. He has huge potential and can get even better.”
Redknapp added in the Mail: “Traore is an amazing weapon for a side. With him as an outlet, you can turn defence into attack with one long ball. He frightens the life out of opponents. Kids out there love to watch him fly and he is becoming a Premier League icon. It is important to remember Traore only turns 24 next week.”
TBR’s View – Traore has the ability to be a world-beater
Traore’s pace has always caught the eye and with him being that quick, he was always going to have a chance of going all the way to the top of the game.
Now his end-product has caught up with the quality of his pace, Wolves have a real player on their hands.
He should carry on improving and there is no ceiling on his potential, in truth.