The Wolves first-team players are really struggling at the moment.

Wanderers are languishing down in 19th place after 12 games played in the Premier League, and the only reason they aren’t bottom is because of a slightly better goal difference than Nottingham Forest.

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It’s just two wins so far this season in the league.

Both of them were 1-0 results against Southampton and Forest.

That winning feeling is a rarity these days, but one man who knows nothing but the winning feeling this season is Luke Cundle.

The youngster is spending the season on loan at Swansea City in the Championship.

And so far, it’s been going very well for the talented 20-year-old.

At the weekend, Cundle made his sixth appearance of the season against Cardiff City.

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The Swans ran out 2-0 victors at the Liberty Stadium, and Cundle provided an assist for Ollie Cooper to open the scoring in the first-half.

It was slightly fortuitous, but he got a poke on it and Cooper picked out the top corner with his finish.

The game finishing to 2-0 meant that Cundle kept up his record of having been on the winning side for Swansea every time he has played.

Since Cundle’s arrival at the club, Swansea have only failed to win three of their Championship games. Each time, he was an unused substitute.

Luke Cundle is having a really good experience with Swansea City, as Wolves youngster helps team to another win

It is great to see Cundle having a good impact for Swansea.

To have won every single game he’s played in so far is a good reflection on him and will only lead to more opportunities moving forwards.

And that’s what it’s all about for Cundle.

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He just needs to be playing as much as possible in what is a key year in his career.

Cundle is a player with big potential, and was recently described as being ‘technically gifted’ and ‘intelligent’ by Russell Martin.

Wolves officials are hoping he can perhaps become a potential first-team option for next season.

Getting a full season in the Championship under his belt will be key to that.

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