Maximilian Kilman is currently excelling as part of a tight-knit Wolves squad but acknowledges there is still much to improve as he learns under the tutelage of Nuno Espirito Santo and Conor Coady.
The 23-year-old centre-back has been a mainstay in the team for the past month, playing the full 90 minutes in all four of Wolves’ matches in October having been a member of the first-team squad for the past 18 months.
Following another impressive performance at the back in Friday’s 2-0 win over Crystal Palace, the man who seamlessly made the step up from non-league Maidenhead to the Premier League in gold and black recognises the impact the rest of the Wolves squad and coaching staff have had on him to help realise his potential.
On picking up three points against Palace
“I’m delighted to come in and do my part, but credit to all the boys with how well they’ve been playing and the shape that we’ve had, because it’s made it very difficult for teams.
“It’s paid off this week; we created more chances, scored more goals, and that’s what we wanted.
“Everyone’s really happy, and we’ve got a long week until our next game, so it was important we got a good result, so we can train this week with more of a smile on our face.”