Pablo Sarabia has said he is happy to be at Wolves and is looking towards the new season, after recently being linked with an early exit from the club.

Sarabia is undertaking his first pre-season with the club, after signing from Paris Saint-Germain in January.

The attacking midfielder was one of six signings earlier this year, as Wolves sought to pull away from a relegation battle.

Sarabia has had a steady start so far.

He’s only made 13 appearances for the club and we have undoubtedly not seen the best of him yet.

But Sarabia has dipped his toe in the Premier League now and could potentially be a really key player for Wolves in 2023/24.

And it very much sounds like he is ready for it…

Pablo Sarabia is focused on 2023/24 with Wolves, after recent exit talk

Last week, it was claimed that Galatasaray were launching a loan-to-buy for the 31-year-old.

It was said that work had already started on bringing Sarabia to the club.

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Wolves were said to have valued the player at £8.5 million, and apparently he had spoken to Juan Mata (who’s just left) about life at the club.

But Sarabia has given a new interview with Wolves’ media team – and he certainly does not sound like a man who’s about to leave or is in talks with another club.

He said: “The relationship between us (players) is important and this is a very good moment for us to bond because we pass a long time with the teammates, and I’m very happy to be here together.

“It’s (the new season) coming up very quickly, I know, and I’m focused already on the first match against Manchester United.

“We’re going to work a lot so we can think in the first moment, because that game is the most important for us now.”

Wolves fans should be excited about Sarabia

It very much sounds as though Sarabia is fully focused on Wolves and not about to jump ship.

Last week’s claim was certainly a very bold one.

Sarabia has the potential to become Wolves’ key man in 2023/24.

We have seen in glimpses his technical quality, and the goal for him now is to really take games by the scruff of the neck.

Wolverhampton Wanderers Training Session
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He has brilliant goals and assist numbers at his previous clubs and it would be fantastic if he could start chipping in for Wolves.

He’s got a feel of the English top-flight now.

Hopefully, he’s able to thrive for Wanderers, just as Joao Moutinho did when he arrived at Molineux at a similar age.

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