Wolves have made one of the signings of the season in Jose Sa in the eyes of Sky Sports.

The broadcaster has today published a feature taking a look at some of the best newcomers to the Premier League.

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The other stars acknowledged are Aaron Ramsdale, Conor Gallagher, Takehiro Tomiyasu, Emmanuel Dennis and Tino Livramento.

Sa has been nothing short of a revelation for Wolves this season.

The stopper came in as a replacement for Rui Patricio, with many fans skeptical about the goalkeeping change.

Although Patricio had dipped slightly last season, the consensus was that he was still a good quality goalkeeper.

Eyebrows were definitely raised when the club announced his sale, with Sa coming in shortly after.

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But there are now no lingering reservations about Sa, who has been outstanding for Wolves.

He has been a major reason for the club having a defence which, at this point, boasts the third-best defensive record in the Premier League.

Sa has seriously impressed with his shot-stopping, command of his area and distribution.

While he has had a couple of dicey moments, the 28-year-old has been largely excellent and without doubt one of the best players in his position.

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Sa really has enjoyed a phenomenal start.

He has actually gone under the radar a little, given Wolves games have not exactly been goal-fests this season.

But it’s partly because of him that that’s been the case.

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It takes a lot to beat Sa, and Wolves fans are absolutely loving him both on and off the pitch.

He signed for just £6.8 million, which is simply outrageous value, and it is good to see him slowly getting recognition from beyong Molineux for his contributions.

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