Wolverhampton Wanderers have released a short clip of Hwang Hee-chan going through the motions in training.

The South Korea international bagged a debut goal against Watford last weekend, to help Bruno Lage seal his first win in the Premier League.

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Hwang turned out to be Wolves’ final signing of the summer window.

He arrived at Molineux on a season-long loan from RB Leipzig, where he did actually struggle for regular game time.

He’s a player Wolves officials have liked for some time, so it’s going to be very interesting to see how gets on now he’s finally at Molineux.

Hwang, 25, made his name at RB Salzburg, where he mostly played up top with Erling Haaland.

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Wolves fans will certainly be hoping to see that version of Hwang, who could well help Raul Jimenez get back onto the goalscoring trail.

He may have scored against Watford, but Lage may well keep the faith with Jimenez, Francisco Trincao and Adama Traore in attack for the Brentford game.

Today the club released a bit of footage of Hwang in a training session.

The clip shows him receiving the ball from Willy Boly and turning away from his man in the blink of an eye.

He then skips away from another challenge, before releasing a pass.

It’s just a snippet, but he definitely looks very sharp.

The post drew a positive response from supporters on social media:

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