Fabio Silva is the latest Wolves player to talk up life under Bruno Lage.
The 45-year-old tactician has been in place since June 9, and been working with the players now since the start of July.
There is a lot more excitement about Lage’s appointment now than when it was only being speculated he’d replace Nuno Espirito Santo.
The club have released snippets from pre-season training, and fans have been impressed with Lage’s intense approach.
He seems to have a very different style to that of Nuno. Hopefully he will get the right response from the players.
Silva has certainly liked what he has been a part of so far.
He told the club’s official website: “It’s been very good. The coach has his own ideas and we have been learning the methods and dynamics of the game.
“What I see is that the group is staying very focused and we have everything we need for a great season.”
Most positivity about Lage
It is good to hear more positivity about Lage and his methods. Especially from a player with the potential of Silva.
Silva was rather thrown in at the deep end last season.
He came in for a lot of unfair criticism at times, and hopefully this term he’ll go up a gear under the tutelage of Lage.
It already sounds like he’s taken by the new man’s style.
It would be great if Jeff Shi’s favourite player could really hit the ground running.