Bruno Jordao has said he is learning from Wolves midfield maestros Ruben Neves and Joao Moutinho every day.
The 23-year-old is a regular within the first-team set up, and is patiently awaiting his chance from Bruno Lage.
Jordao recently return to playing after suffered a knee injury whilst on loan at Farmalicao last season.
The injury put him on the sidelines for 11 months, which was bitterly frustrating for the former Braga man.
Jordao has been building his match fitness with the U23s of late, but he did get a five-minute cameo in Wolves’ recent FA Cup win over Sheffield United.
Jordao featured for the U23s on Monday night in the 1-1 draw with Burnley at Aggborough, and played 90 minutes for the first time since returning from his injury.
After the game, he admitted he needs minutes, and said he will sit down with officials in the coming days to discuss his immediate future. The player is open to leaving on loan.
Should that happen, whoever gets him will be getting a player who has been studying two top players very closely.
Speaking about Neves and Moutinho after the Burnley draw, Jordao said: “Every day you can learn from both of them. They are really good players, very experienced, and every day I’m learning even more from them.
“I listen and take advice from both of them. It’s really cool training with the first-team because you get better every day.”
Bruno Jordao will head in the right direction by studying Moutinho and Neves closely
Neves and Moutinho are wonderful players. Both are superb examples for younger players.
Moutinho, especially, is someone for other players to be taking a close look at.
The star is 35 and still performing at the highest level. It’s clear he has absolutely devoted himself to football throughout his career.
He still oozes class in his mid-thirties. Jordao would do well to receive as many pearls of wisdom from his as possible.