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Wolves attacker Bright Enobakhare should choose Coventry return as he faces vital summer decision

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Wolves attacker Bright Enobakhare should choose Coventry return as he faces vital summer decision

Bright Enobakhare spent last season on loan at Coventry City.

Wolverhampton Wanderers youngster Bright Enobakhare faces a major summer decision on his future. Does he stay at Wolves or move elsewhere?

Enobakhare’s contract at Wolves was due to expire this summer. But his performances on loan at Coventry City in the second half of last season have convinced Wolves to trigger an extension.

Coventry are desperate to re-sign Enobakhare. The Sky Blues have launched a bid of £600,000 but Wolves are yet to decide on whether to accept it, according to The Coventry Telegraph.

Nuno Espirito Santo wants to run the rule over his entire squad during pre-season. With European football to think about in 2019/20, Nuno knows he needs a bigger squad.

Enobakhare fits the bill as a fringe player who might be given a chance. The versatile attacker caught the eye at Coventry and this has convinced Nuno to take a closer look.


Bright Enobakhare should seek Coventry return

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During his half-season with Coventry, Enobakhare played 18 games, scoring six times and providing three assists. His performances got fans on the edge of their seat, whether he was operating as a striker or in a slightly deeper role.

The fact that Coventry want to splash over £500,000 on Enobakhare is a measure of just how highly the club and Mark Robins rate him. This is why Enobakhare should favour a return to Coventry.

At such a vital stage of his career, the 21-year-old cannot afford to be rotting in the Wolves reserves. And while other clubs will be after him, Coventry would be his ideal destination.

Coventry fans adore Enobakhare, he seems to get on well with the supporters (as seen in several social media posts) and he has played the best football of his career there.

The Nigerian forward could take his career to the next level at Coventry. But staying at Wolves might stunt his progress.

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