“Most needed”: Wolves’ 22-year-old youngster sends a heartfelt promise after hisbelated Wolves breakthrough…

Wolves midfielder, Tommy Doyle, has become a selection challenge for Gary O’Neil as they prepare for their upcoming Premier League clash against Newcastle United.

In their previous game against AFC Bournemouth, Doyle played a significant role in Wolves’ comeback win, delivering an impressive performance as a substitute. This marked only his third appearance in the Premier League this season after joining in the summer, where he showcased his talent with several game-changing passes.

O’Neil initially started with a midfield duo of Joao Gomes and Boubacar Traore at the Vitality Stadium, but the Wolves head coach acknowledged after the match that a change was needed. O’Neil stated, “It was a new partnership today, and the Bouba and Joao partnership maybe wasn’t giving us what we needed. It’s nothing against Joao at all. He knows what I think of him; he’s a fantastic talent. But I thought the game would suit Tommy at that moment. He brought some really good control and good quality with his right foot. I’m pleased for Tommy because he’s worked extremely hard to get up to speed. I’ve talked to him a lot about perseverance, and because he’s worked so hard, he’s now ready to seize his opportunity.”

With Jean-Ricner Bellegarde sidelined due to a muscle injury and Mario Lemina set to return from suspension, O’Neil must decide which midfield duo to field against Eddie Howe’s side.

Following the late victory over Bournemouth on Saturday, Tommy Doyle has sent a message to Wolves’ boss, expressing his determination to earn a spot in the starting lineup after a slow start to his time in the West Midlands. Doyle stated, “I might be a bit different from the other midfielders, but we can all play football. It’s about learning from each other, putting in the effort, and staying prepared. I’m ready whenever the manager needs me, so hopefully that’s every week. But if not, I’ll support the team, and hopefully, we can continue to win.”

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He also discussed how he initially faced some challenges with a minor injury from the Euros but has since regained his strength and is ready to compete. Despite the initial adjustment period, he emphasized his commitment to giving his all for his teammates, the manager, and the fans.



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