Teenage Wolves talent Chem Campbell has made it clear he wants to leave the club on loan in January.
Many of Wolves’ best young talents are out on loan currently, but Campbell has stayed at Molineux.
He impressed manager James Collins in the Under 23s 3-1 defeat to Shrewsbury earlier this month.
Speaking to the Shropshire Star during the international break, Campbell said he is ready to go on loan in January.
“This is my third season of under-23s and I think I’m ready to go out on loan,” said Campbell.
“The last few seasons I haven’t been nitty and gritty in challenges and that’s what loan teams want to see, they don’t just want to see you on the ball, they want to see you off the ball.
“That’s what I’m trying to do this season. Hopefully I get recognised by the gaffer and maybe get a chance, or even go on loan soon.”
Last month, Campbell left the door open for a January loan exit and he has been even more forthright now.
Winger 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 is rapid, with good dribbling ability and is now trying to add goals to his game from wide.
It will be interesting to see whether a loan move awaits in January, given Bruno Lage’s host of wide options in the first team.
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