The 22-year-old English international sends a pleasing message as he opens up on Wolves progress and delivers a ‘stunning’ promise…

The 22-year-old English international has shared an encouraging message as he discusses his progress at Wolves and makes a significant promise. Here’s the latest news from BirminghamLive featuring Tommy Doyle’s perspective on his time at Wolves so far.

Tommy Doyle has expressed his belief that Wolverhampton Wanderers is the ideal club for his personal development as a player. He underscored the positive impact of Gary O’Neil on his growth.

Having joined Wolves on a season-long loan from Manchester City on deadline day, the 22-year-old is determined to secure a place in the team. Currently, he has participated in four matches, with three appearances as a substitute in league games and one start in the Carabao Cup, which was a defeat against Ipswich Town.

Doyle was called on to replace Joao Gomes in Wolves’ 2-1 victory over Bournemouth on Saturday and conveyed his satisfaction with his performance, saying, “I am content with how I played.” He is committed to continuous learning and improvement and is confident that he will develop as a player during his time at Wolves. He expressed excitement about working under the current manager, the coaching staff, and alongside his teammates, believing that they will contribute to his progress on the field.

He described the manager’s style of play as fitting his own, making him feel comfortable executing the required tactics. He acknowledged that there’s still much for him to learn, and he remains eager to do so. He emphasized his dedication to hard work and applying what he learns on the pitch.

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Regarding Wolves’ potential for the season, Doyle stated, “We can achieve great success. I believe we possess a highly talented squad with players who are not only skilled but also committed to learning and putting in the effort for each other, which is a positive aspect. Hopefully, we can maintain this spirit, address areas that need improvement, and continue making progress.”

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