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Connor Ronan loan spell could not have worked out better for Wolves as midfielder scoops three St Mirren awards

Adama Traore’s spell with Barcelona has been a disaster, but Wolves did get one of their loan decisions spot on this season, with Connor Ronan winning three end-of-season awards with St Mirren.

Ronan is coming to the end of a brilliant stint with Scottish outfit.

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Ronan has been with Wanderers since the age of 16 when he joined from boyhood club Rochdale.

Ronan has only made a handful of appearances during his time on the books at Wolves, and has had several spells away from Molineux.

But none have been as productive for him as this current one in Paisley.

Ronan has made 30 appearances for the club so far, and scored eight goals and made five assists.

Ronan has showcased a real knack for scoring spectacular goals, with Hearts, Rangers and Hibernian all falling victim to his quality from way outside the penalty area.

His unbelievable strike against the Jambos has actually helped Ronan with the club’s Goal of the Season award – and that isn’t the only gong he won.

Ronan also scooped both the club’s Player of the Year and Social Media Player of the Year awards.

His triple haul is a fantastic achievement by the 24-year-old, whose great season has not gone unnoticed by some other clubs.

Recently there were claims that Ronan was being lined up by Hearts and Aberdeen.

Prior to that, Ronan did speak about his future and suggested he would be open to staying with the Buddies. He said: “Has he (manager Stephen Robinson) got a chance of keeping me? Possibly.”

Connor Ronan’s three awards for St Mirren have created a brilliant scenario for Wolves

This is brilliant to see and clearly reflects what a brilliant campaign Ronan has had up in Scotland.

It has created a really good situation for Wolves this summer.

Ronan needs to sit down and speak with Wolves officials to see what the next step is for him.

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Bruno Lage may well want to take a look at him in pre-season. And if he impresses then Wolves have been able to bring in another midfield option for nothing.

But it may be decided that Ronan will move on and if he does, he will surely generated a decent fee for the club given the season he’s just had.

It’s a win-win scenario.

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