Wolverhampton Wanderers boss Bruno Lage will no doubt be hard at work studying the team’s next opponents in the Premier League: Watford.

After a tough start against three of last season’s top seven, a newly-promoted side awaits after the international break.

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The Hornets have lost their last two league games after opening with a good win against Aston Villa.

It is undoubtedly a really good chance for Wolves to get off the mark.

Despite the three 1-0 defeats, Wolves have played really so far.

The team is creating chances and having much more of the ball than under Nuno Espirito Santo.

It is simply about being that little bit more clinical, and also having slightly better luck.

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Some supporters are already looking forward to the game and have been discussing it on social media.

One man who should be available for selection is Yerson Mosquera.

Lage’s first signing as Wolves manager (for £4.5 million, The Athletic) suffered a hamstring injury against Coventry City in pre-season, but recently returned to training.

He looked very good in games against Real Betis and Las Palmas.

The South American showed real steel out in Marbella, and also demonstrated a decent ability to play out from the back.

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He certainly made a good early impression.

The plan is supposedly to have Mosquera working with the first-team for a little while before he makes his debut.

It is probably very unlikely that he’d start against Watford, especially with Willy Boly available for selection again, but some fans would like to see it:

 

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