Luke Cundle made the day of a lot of Wolves fans on Monday, as he scored for Swansea City in a 3-1 win over against West Bromwich Albion.
Cundle was on target for the second game running, after he also found the net against Hull City.
Cundle has enjoyed a productive campaign in 2022/23, having turned out 34 times for the Swans.
Wolves officials facilitated a loan move there for him, in the hope of him getting regular minutes.
Cundle has had plenty of opportunities to show what he can do, and has really caught the eye down at the Liberty Stadium.
On Monday, West Brom took the lead against Swansea through Okay Yokuslu after some sloppy play in the corner.
But it was Wolves youngster Cundle who would get the equaliser for the home side.
Some nice inter-play on the edge of the box saw Cundle waltz through and finish low into the far corner.
Swansea then went on to win the game, with Olivier Ntcham and Joal Piroe scoring in the second-half.
After the game, Wales Online released their player ratings and gave Wolves starlet Cundle and 8/10. They said of his display: “Looked full of confidence when attacking with the ball at his feet.
“Timed his run into the box to perfection to slot home his second goal in as many matches and his third of the campaign. Did well to create an opening for Paterson shortly after half-time in what was a lively showing.”
Cundle has really enjoyed his time at Swansea.
He said recently though that he will now return to Wolves to talk about the next step for him.
It is likely Julen Lopetegui will want to take a look at him in pre-season training before taking any decision on him.
Conor Coady sends message to Luke Cundle on Instagram after goal against West Brom
A couple of days ago, Cundle uploaded a picture on Instagram of himself after his goal against West Brom, with the caption ‘Thank you @swansofficial’.
Lots of fans were in the comments praising him for his contributions this season.
There were also some of his teammates sending message of support.
And one man who clearly loved Cundle scoring against the Albion was Conor Coady.
The defender, who is on loan at Everton from Wolves, commented ‘Go on my brother’ along with a clapping emoji.
A report from The Athletic in 2021 stated that Coady had taken Cundle under his wing at Wolves. And it’s nice that he is still being supportive from afar.