Bruno Lage made nine changes for the EFL Cup clash with Tottenham last night.
One of them saw Daniel Podence come in once again and he netted the equaliser as Wolves came from 2-0 down to force a penalty shootout.
Wolves lost out 3-2, with Ruben Neves, Leander Dendoncker and Conor Coady all missing from the spot.
But Podence’s performance was picked out as a bright spot on Twitter by some supporters after the game.
With Wolves now out of the first domestic cup of the season and on the back of a run of one win in five Premier League games, perhaps Lage needs to shake up his starting XI.
Bringing Podence into the starting 11 would be a logical move, and one which would go down well with the fans if the reaction to last night’s performance is anything to go by.
Perhaps a switch to a back four would be needed to make that switch happen but that’s a tactical debate which will rumble on.
Here’s how Podence’s performance went down after a disappointing night at Molineux:
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