Wolverhampton Wanderers star Nelson Semedo has been discussing life in the Premier League so far.
The 27-year-old has done an interview with The Telegraph in which he speaks on a number of topics, including how things were when he first joined Wolves and Conor Coady’s efforts to speak Portuguese.
Semedo also talked about a few players that have caught his eye so far this season.
He said: “What makes the Premier League so special is that any team who is in the last position can beat first place.
“You have players who don’t play for bigger teams at the ‘Big Six’ who stand out.
“I also really like [Nathan] Redmond at Southampton.”
Grealish has arguably been one of the standout players in the Premier League this season.
Him getting the seal of approval from Semedo doesn’t come as too much of a surprise.
Arguably, one of Semedo’s poorer performances came against Aston Villa back in December, and it ended with him conceding a penalty in injury-time, which Anwar El Ghazi converted.
Grealish and Semedo may soon meet again
Wolves and Aston Villa face off this weekend at Villa Park after the clubs get their midweek games out of the way.
According to Dean Smith, there’s a chance that Grealish could recover for the clash having been injured for the past couple of weeks (via Birmingham Mail).
Semedo is looking much better for Wolves now than a couple of months back, and he’ll hopefully be able to keep the England international quiet.