In an exclusive interview with Football FanCast, Wolves goalkeeper Andreas Sondergaard has revealed that Ruben Neves has impressed him the most since his move to Molineux.
The 20-year-old has been training and recovering with the first team this season to gain valuable experience and learn what’s required to play at that level.
Wolves have so much quality in their squad and have top quality players in each position, often more than one in each area of the pitch.
Sondergaard walked into a highly talented squad three years ago and was taken away by the talent on show during both training sessions and matches.
With internationals all over the pitch at Wolves, it is a tough choice to select one who has impressed him the most, but when asked by Football FanCast, Andreas Sondergaard replied:
“I’d probably say Ruben Neves. I knew before I came in that he was a good player.
“It’s always different, like watching them on the telly and then starting to train with them.
“I wasn’t really surprised but, yeah he was a really good player. He is a really good player.
“Definitely one of those where I was thinking, ‘oh, yeah, he will go really far with his talent’.”
The Danish shot-stopper is constantly surrounded by world-class talent at Wolves, however, Neves is a footballer who can make things look effortless on the pitch.
At such a young age, Sondergaard can certainly use Neves as a role model when it comes to settling into a new country and making your mark on the first-team.