Wycombe Wanderers manager Matt Bloomfield heaped praise on Chem Campbell, after the Wolves youngster scored his first goal for the club on loan.
Campbell was on target in the 1-1 draw against Exeter City.
The result saw Wycombe remain in seventh place in League One.
Campbell’s move to Adams Park was sanctioned towards the end of the the January transfer window.
Molineux officials decided that he would benefit from a stint away from the club, given there are a number of wide options available to Julen Lopetegui.
Pedro Neto has just returned for Wolves. There is also Adama Traore, Pablo Sarabia, Matheus Cunha, Daniel Podence and Hwang Hee-chan. Rayan Ait-Nouri is a further option to play as a winger.
So Campbell headed out, and on Saturday he made his fourth appearance for Wycombe.
He was rewarded for his strong cameo against Shrewsbury Town, and Campbell justified his selection by scoring his first goal for the club, which was also the first in his professional career.
And speaking after the game, manager Bloomfield piled on the praise for the 20-year-old.
He said (Wycombe official): “I thought he was really good when he came on last week. I think he’s got that little bit of magic in his boots. He’s got a bit of pace and creativity.
“Those dribblers, they get people off their seats. We wanted an attacking element to the team and I felt with him and Gareth (McCleary) in those wide areas that it would give us that. I think it did do to a degree.
“I’m really pleased for Chem to get his first goal for us. We think he’s got a bright future and we’re looking forward to working with him even more.”
Big praise for Chem Campbell after first professional goal and Wolves officials will be delighted
It sounds as though Campbell has already made a big impression on Bloomfield. That will please, and also relieve, Wolves officials.
Campbell signed for Wycombe when Gareth Ainsworth was the manager.
He recently left the club to join QPR, and there is always that little bit of doubt when a new manager comes in.
Obviously, Bloomfield will have had no input in the acquisition of Campbell.
But Campbell revealed after the game that Bloomfield did actually speak to him early on and reassured him he was a player he trusted.
Evidently Campbell reacted well to that vote of confidence. He will now hope to keep starting games and help Wycombe push for promotion.