Wolverhampton Wanderers’ newest signing Hwang Hee-chan has sent his first message to supporters, after completing a loan move to Molineux.

The South Korea international has joined from RB Leipzig.

The player was officially announced on Sunday, just before Wolves faced Manchester United.

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The star was brought out onto the pitch and introduced to supporters.

He watched as Wolves fell to another 1-0 defeat.

Bruno Lage’s side again played well, but just couldn’t score on the day with Mason Greenwood being decisive for the visitors.

Wolves are still searching for their first goal in the league, and Lage will hope the 25-year-old can increase the goal output.

 

He arrives at the club having previously carved out a good reputation in Austria with RB Salzburg, where he played alongside goalscoring machine Erling Haaland.

He has since found life a little tougher at Leipzig, but Wolves have been interested in him for some time and will hope he can deliver.

Hwang Hee-chan sent his first message to supporters on Monday following the announcement of his move and unveiling on Sunday.

He said simply: “I can’t wait.”

Hwang will increase competition

Getting Hwang in on a season-long loan is good business by Wolves.

It hasn’t really happened for him in Germany since his move there from Salzburg, but he is a good player.

Bruno Lage applauds Wolves fans at Molineux
Bruno Lage (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)

He is technically good, but is also very energetic and will work hard for the team.

Wolves now have an array of solid attacking options, and it is only a matter of time before everything clicks into place.

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