Adama Traore has vowed to help promoted Wolves make an impact in the Premier League after a club-record £18million move.
Winger Traore, 22, joined from Championship Middlesbrough yesterday (Wednesday) after Wolves met his release clause.
He has penned a five-year deal at Molineux to become the club’s fifth new face this summer, after Rui Patricio, Jonny Castro Otto, Joao Moutinho and Raul Jimenez. They have also turned loan deals for Diogo Jota, Willy Boly and Ruben Vinagre permanent.
“I think Wolves is ready for the Premier League," said Traore. "They’re here because they’re ready. I think my message for the fans is ‘believe’ in this team.
“We’ll work 100 per cent, everything is possible.
"I think I’ll enjoy playing in this team. I’m young, I like to learn and I know if I add different things it’s good for me.
"How the Wolves play definitely suits me, I’ve already watched their games and before I make any decision I already know how they play, how they move, how the wingers play."
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Traore was voted Boro’s player of the year as they reached the Championship play-offs.
The ex-Barca youngster has previously played in the top-flight at Aston Villa from 2015–2016 when they were relegated.
The ex-Spain U21 star’s arrival is unlikely to be the end of Wolves’ summer business as they are still trying to land Oleksandr Zinchenko, 21.
Wolves have agreed a £16million fee with City for Ukrainian utility man Zinchenko – who can play at left wing back or in midfield.
But the player has been reluctant to move despite being left out of City’s squad for the Community Shield win over Chelsea at the weekend.
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