Duckens' Dream

New striker keen to stake his claim

Duckens Nazon says he is relishing the challenge of trying to force his way in at Wolves after joining the club, initially until the end of the season.


The 22-year-old Haiti International revealed that playing in England is his dream and feels that Wolves is the best place for him to play.


Having been training with the squad for the last couple of weeks, Nazon now gets the chance to impress, with Wolves having a year’s option on his services at the end of the season.


“I’m very happy, it’s an amazing thing for me,” says Nazon, who has played in France before, most recently, the Indian Super League.


“I’ve played in India for three months and now I’ve come back to fulfil my dream of playing in England.


“Wolves is a very big club in this country - I’m so happy!


“The atmosphere around the club is very good, all of the guys have been very welcoming towards me.


“It has been easy for me to settle in so far, everyone has made me feel very comfortable.


“The training ground is great, there is everything that you'd need to perform well.”


Nazon, who was available as a free agent, will initially be part of the development squad, and believes that he is the perfect fit for English football.


“I like to use my power and pace when I play, it’s a key part of my game - when I’m in front of goal I am also very calm which helps when you're a striker,” he added.


“I want to give my maximum for the team if I can help and hopefully play some minutes.


“Everyone wants to come and play in England - English football is not the same as where I have played before, but I think I will be able to adapt quickly.


“I’m sure I can be successful here and I believe my profile is right for English football.


“As a young player, I’ve played against some big teams - for Haiti, I’ve played at the Copa America and some other big tournaments.


“I don't have too much experience but I have no fear to leave my comfort zone and come and play here - I like the challenge of coming to Wolves.”