Wolves have sent a message to Conor Coady ahead of tonight’s Euro 2020 final.
England have the chance to win a first major tournament since 1966, as they face Italy at Wembley.
The anticipation ahead of the clash is absolutely enormous and the nerves, plentiful.
Gareth Southgate has done a tremendous job as manager, and hopefully he can fully see the job through tonight.
Coady likely won’t feature tonight.
The 28-year-old hasn’t played any minutes at the tournament, with Harry Maguire and John Stones firmly established at centre-half.
Kyle Walker and Tyrone Mings have also featured.
That doesn’t mean to say Coady hasn’t had any influence.
Steve Holland recently lavished praise on Coady for his leadership around the England camp, branded him his player of the tournament.
Sky Sports’ Rob Dorsett tweeted yesterday to say that he had bumped into Coady as he left St. George’s Park.
He asked him if he had any regrets about not actually playing, to which he replied: “Not a chance. These have been the best six weeks of my life.”
Coady’s words of wisdom will potentially be very important tonight.
Wolves have today sent a heartwarming message to the club captain: