Wolverhampton Wanderers have enjoyed a superb first season back in the Premier League following their promotion from the Championship last year.
The Molineux outfit are looking good for a lofty seventh-placed finish, and will be keen for a strong end to see off the likes of Leicester City and Everton.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s side have impressed fans and pundits alike with their exciting brand of football and admirable competitiveness, particularly against the division’s top teams.
A number of players have stood out for the Black Country club, but one man in particularly has rather disappointed.
Big things were expected of Adama Traore following his, at the time, club-record £18 million move from Middlesbrough (BBC Sport).
The Spaniard was supposed to come in and make Wolves a scary team to face.
Wolves have been just that, but not at all because of Traore.
The winger has struggled to gain the trust of Espirito Santo and that has been evident in the amount of starts he’s been handed (just 12 in all competitions so far).
For one who possess such amazing physical attributes such as raw pace and power, Traore has really disappointed – with his end product continually called into question by fans.
In 2019/20, Wolves will be hoping for a serious improvement from the former Barcelona man, who has so far failed to come anywhere close to justifying his £18 million fee.