Teenage Wolves talent Chem Campbell has left the door open for a January loan exit.
Plenty of Wolves’ best young talents have departed on loan, but Campbell has stayed.
He was hugely impressive in the Under 23s 2-1 win over Fulham on Monday night, scoring and laying on an assist.
Speaking to club media after that game, Campbell said he wants to keep performing well and improving to either impress Bruno Lage or go on loan in January.
“Pre-season I worked hard and tried to get back on my game and do more in games – that’s what is going to get me noticed by the gaffer or different clubs who may want to take me out on loan in January.
“I’m hard on myself, I think I’ve started the season well, the first three or four games, but haven’t really got the goals or assists, so on Monday I started shooting more and luckily it went in at the end.
“I want more assists and goals, to create more chances, and I’ve got to keep being tough on myself. I can’t just ride through games playing well but not providing, so I’m tough and it’s starting to pay off a bit.”
Campbell’s talents were outlined in an Athletic article from January 2020, when he had not long signed his first pro deal with Wolves.
He’s rapid, with good dribbling ability and is now trying to add an eye for goal to his game.
It will be interesting to see if he can battle his way into Lage’s plans, or whether a loan move awaits in January.
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