After beating Crystal Palace on Friday night to reach the fourth round of the FA Cup, attention has now turned to Wolves’ next game against Everton in the Premier League.
Nuno’s side host the Toffees who have been in good form recently, and it will be a tough test for the Wanderers.
Wolves have gone four games with victory in the Premier League and will be determined to get back on track against Carlo Ancelotti’s side to avoid slipping any further down the table.
With the transfer window now open, Wolves are yet to do any business, but the club have recalled Patrick Cutrone and Morgan Gibbs-White from their loans at Fiorentina and Swansea City respectively.
Both were involved against Palace from the bench, and one would think the duo will be present at Molineux again on Tuesday night.
Some Wolves fans have been talking about Cutrone in particular.
Young Fabio Silva is doing his best to manage a big price tag hanging over him and the burden of expectation that comes with covering for one of the best strikers in the Premier League.
But it’s clear to see he is very raw, and some feel it might already be time to get Cutrone into the starting XI ahead of the 18-year-old.
The £63,000-a-week Italian (Spotrac) looked lively when he came on against Palace, and some are calling on the manager to hand him a start against Everton:
Cutrone needs to take over the starting place previously held be Silva, with the latter coming off the substitutes bench for the last 10-15 minutes.
— Derek Shaw (@DerekShaw3) January 10, 2021
Yes. He will be hungry.
That said Nuno knows best.
— rob langford (@robertlangford3) January 10, 2021
— Daniel (@danielgibbs34) January 10, 2021
I think it’s a must. After thinking about it, I think cutrone being the main man for a while, will unleash his talent. He obviously wasn’t happy being a benchwarmer , so nows his chance to prove himself. Silva wasn’t ever meant to play a full 90, and needs the pressure off him!
— Wiles (@Wiles_32) January 10, 2021
You can’t replace Jimenez but I think this is a game we can win with Patrick more experience always shows and don’t forget its another chance for him to proof the doubters wrong fingers crossed 🤞 👍🐺🏴
— Clive Mogg (@MoggClive) January 10, 2021
Yes, give him 65 minutes and then bring on Silva. Probably won’t have much more in him ATM any way. We need to give him an opportunity to prove the doubters wrong, Silva needs minutes to build up his confidence ⚽🐺
— madalexander62 (@madalexander62) January 10, 2021
Definitely give him his chance so at least we will know wether he is good enough before we dip into the transfer market
— kevinrogers (@kevinrogers687) January 10, 2021
— Adam Fellows (@AdamFellows11) January 10, 2021