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Wolves star Daniel Podence blown away by Tottenham Hotspur's ground

Wolves attacker Daniel Podence has chosen the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium as the ground he’d most like to go to for an away day.

The winger is the latest player to take part in club’s ‘Fan Inside’ feature on the club’s official website.

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The series delves into Wolves players’ past experiences as a fan, and games they would like to go to as one now.

Podence was asked for the Wolves away day he would like to be at.

And the 26-year-old plumped for Spurs and their £1 billion 62,850-seater stadium, which was completed in 2019.

The stadium has been widely praised since its creation.

£17 million man Podence is certainly impressed.

He said while taking a cheeky dig at West Bromwich Albion (Wolves official): “Apart from West Brom, because they’re not in the Premier League anymore, it would probably be against Tottenham.

“It’s a great stadium to watch football in because it’s so modern and comfortable, but to be among the Wolves fans would be great because they create a massive noise and it would be a good game to watch with them.”

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Wolves have had three visits to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium so far.

Wolves ran out 3-2 winners in the 2019/20 season, with Matt Doherty, Diogo Jota and Raul Jimenez scoring the goals for the visitors.

The following season, Wanderers lost 2-0 thanks to goals from Harry Kane and Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg.

And last term, Wolves won 2-0 with a fantastic performance, with Leander Dendoncker and Jimenez both on the scoresheet. That games featured a first start for young Luke Cundle, who put in a really impressive display in midfield.

Wolves’ next trip to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is a month away today, with Wanderers taking on Spurs in their third Premier League game of 2022/23.