Teenage Wolves talent Chem Campbell says he is a similar type of player to Daniel Podence and Francisco Trincao.
In an interview with the Shropshire Star, he was asked who he looks up to in the first team.
18-year-old Campbell is a winger and chose two of the wide options in Bruno Lage’s ranks.
“I’m similar to Daniel and Trincao, creative and want to link up. I want to score goals and get assists,” he said. “I try and see what they do and add it to my game, as well as having my own style, which the fans like as well.”
He added: ““I’m very creative and like to have the ball. Sometimes I get it too much to feet and the gaffer has told me to make more runs in behind and be more effective.
“I’m creating more chances and getting more goals and assists and that’s what I want to do. If I see space I like to go into it. I’m always thinking ahead, so if I beat the first man I’m always thinking of the second man.”
Campbell and fellow Wolves starlet Luke Cundle are probably the brightest prospects in the Under-23s now.
Plenty of other Wolves youngsters have gone out on loan, and Campbell said he would like to have a temporary exit too.
Perhaps a loan lies in wait during January, but in the meantime, Campbell can try to take the chance to learn from Podence and Trincao in training.
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