Bright Enobakhare is enjoying a new lease of life with Wolves this pre-season, having returned from a successful loan at Coventry City.
The youngster, who is a Wolves Academy product, scored six goals in 18 appearances in League One and is now back with Nuno Espirito Santo’s group, hoping to make an impact. The forward trained with his team mates at St George’s Park last week and concluded the trip with a friendly run-out against Huddersfield Town, so Enobakhare is excited to see what the rest of the summer brings.
On being back at Wolves
“It’s been good. I’ve been working hard all week and I’m already looking forward to the next programme.
“It’s felt good (being at St George’s Park) because we’ve been together. We eat, sleep and train properly so I think it is good being as a team, you need that.
“I’m still learning from the players here and we’ll see how this season goes.”
On his Coventry loan
“It was a great time for me there and the manager was nice, so I enjoyed everything there. It all went well for me.”
On the first pre-season friendly
“It was my first game after injury and it was tough, but it’s pre-season, it's what you expect and it’s always going to be hard.
“It tests your lungs because you haven’t played for a long time, so it’s difficult, but it’s all about getting fit.”
On the trip to China
“It’s going to be a great trip, but we’re going there to work and it’s going to be good.
“I’m looking forward to seeing where this pre-season takes me and I’m just trying to find my place, so hopefully it’s going to happen.”