‘You’ve not seen the best of me’ – Traore claims more is to come

Date published: Friday 19th November 2021 4:20 - Dan Butterfield

Wolves winger Adama Traore

Wolves winger Adama Traore believes their is a lot still to come from him as he looks to be more consistent, something his manager has asked of him.

Manager Bruno Lage asked Traore to improve his consistency when speaking to the media ahead of Wolves’ clash with high-flying West Ham.

However, the Spaniard knows he must improve, picking out his form in front of goal as particular area for improvement.

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Speaking to the Wolves Official Website, the winger said: “You’ve not seen the best of me yet. Absolutely not. In the early part of the season, I had many chances in front of goal, and my main target is working on that.

“I’m having the chances, I’m helping the team, but I know I have to keep working on it. I’m having the chances in front of the goal, one-v-one, against the keepers.

“I’m working on different aspects also with the team because it’s different way to play. Bruno wants to play with the ball, he wants us to have the ball, he wants us to find spaces, and I think I’m growing in that aspect as well.”

Traore has found himself on the bench at times this season, something he is hoping to put an end to.

“I don’t like to sit on the bench because I always want to be on the pitch, but that’s true of any player. Everyone wants to play. That’s true. I want to be in the field and I want to help the team with my quality.

“The messages from the manager are that I have to keep working, but that’s also my mentality. He’s making the decisions, I respect it, and I don’t have anything to say about that.

“All I can do is work hard, and I will work hard, and I know my moment will come, and when the moment comes, I will take it.

“But these are the manager’s decisions, and I have to respect it.”

The Spanish international also spoke of his pride to be ranked the number one dribbler in Europe.

“I’m proud of that. If I’m the number one dribbler in Europe, it’s because I’m having chances too. I have to be the best that I can be, and if I take the chances I have, I can be the player I want to be in the future.

“This is my mentality, fulfilling that. If you see last season, I was not having the chances that I’ve had this season. But this is my mentality, to grow as a player each day, and then this season now, I’m having more chances close to the goalie and I hope, soon, the ball is going to be hitting the net.”


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