Wolverhampton Wanderers manager, Nuno Espirito Santo, has sung praises of Adama Traore for his impressive versatility, exclaiming that he is the player that really sets the pace in the squad, according to Goal.
Traore signed with Wolves initially as a winger in the summer of 2018 but he struggled to find his pace which found him managing to make 12 starts across all competitions.
However, the 23-year-old has experienced a drastic change in his game this season and he has become an influential player in the squad featuring in 18 games as a wing-back.
Manager Nuno has exclaimed that he hopes the rest of the squad can look to Traore and follow suit as he set the pace in their quest for success.
“We’ve been using Adama the way we think is best for the team, but he’s one of many options that we have to consider,” Nuno told the club’s official website.
“What we want is to play well as a team, knowing that each player individually can bring new things, solutions and talent.
“I think all the players have to be versatile and learn to adapt to different positions. Adama is one of the players who are able to do that, he’s been doing well, but we have other players who are in the same situation.
“Adama is confident because we trust him. We base the decisions on the analysis that we have and the beliefs that we have.”