Former Molineux midfielder David Edwards has said this week that Wolves captain Conor Coady is in the form of his life.

He is not the only one with that view and the England international’s recent form has drawn plenty of deserved praise from observers.

But the Express and Star asked Coady if he felt he was in the form of his life and he was not so sure, pointing out that he has had other good spells at Molineux down the years but emphasising how much he is loving life under Bruno Lage.

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“I’ve heard a few people saying this in the last few days,” said Coady when asked if he’s in the form of his life. “To be honest, I don’t know. I really don’t know.

“I’ve had some good years at this football club and I’d like to think I’ve played my part in the Championship, coming into the Premier League and staying in the Premier League and doing well.

“In terms of ‘form of my life’, I’m just enjoying playing football and playing with the boys I’m playing with. And more importantly, playing with this manager.”

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The fact that we are even talking about Coady looking better than ever is a testament to how well he is doing this season.

He took a little while to warm up and that is perhaps a hangover from the summer’s European Championship and returning late.

But now he is in his stride, he has been fantastic and has dealt well with physical strikers such as Michail Antonio in recent weeks.

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