Wolves recorded their first Premier League win of the season on Saturday, beating Watford 2-0 at Vicarage Road.

An own goal from Francisco Sierralta saw Bruno Lage’s side finally end their drought, before Hwang Hee-chan struck on his debut for the club.

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Francisco Trincao (Photo by Jack Thomas – WWFC/Wolves via Getty Images)

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Wolves probably weren’t as good as in their three 1-0 defeats.

But arguably it was still a deserved win, and hopefully it can kickstart a run now.

And it was another very good outing for Francisco Trincao in Wolves colours.

The 21-year-old has settled in quickly at Molineux and is showing some really good form now.

After getting his first goal against Nottingham Forest, he then stood out against Manchester United.

And on Saturday, the winger again impressed.

His ball through to Nelson Semedo in the first-half was delicious and should really have landed him a first assist.

It’s a pleasure to watch him gliding about the pitch, and he’s starting to look more and more threatening.

 

Match of the Day pundit Ian Wright reckons he is going to be ‘brilliant’, and hopefully that turns out to be the case.

He clearly feels good right now. After the game, Trincao sent a message on social media that summed things up perfectly after the recent results.

It read: “Finally what we deserve.

“Thanks to our fans for the support, it feels we’re always playing at home.”

Trincao has started promisingly

It’s been a solid start to Trincao’s loan stint.

Some wondered why it was that Barcelona were willing to let him leave this summer.

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Francisco Trincao (Photo by Jack Thomas – WWFC/Wolves via Getty Images)

But the deal was done and Wolves will really hope he can continue to improve as the season goes on.

Next year Wolves will have to decide whether to spend £25 million on him (Sky Sports). Hopefully he’ll give Fosun a reason not to even think twice about it.

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