Adama Traore started his career at Barcelona but has since spent time at Middlesbrough, Aston Villa and now Wolves, but club legend Steve Bull still believes that the Spaniard can become a world-class winger.
Traore earned his first Spain call-up and also made his debut this season which is a testament to how he is starting to improve his overall game and not just rely on his raw pace to beat defenders.
Liverpool reportedly still hold an interest in Traore and with Wolves willing to accept a lower offer for him this summer, this has led to Chelsea now having him firmly on their transfer wish-list this summer.
Since joining Wolves, Traore has played as a striker, winger and wing-back which would offer whoever signs him versatility as well as a bag full of potential, something Bull still believes can be unlocked, as he told Football FanCast exclusively:
“I think if he can get that balance right of being able to perform for 90 minutes rather than just 45-60 minutes then he could be a world-class player.
“I think he’s been called up into the Spain squad so that might bring him on a bit more and I think he could be a world-beater but all I can say is I hope he does it at Wolves.”
Traore was often the one trying to carry Wolves and get them further up the pitch especially in the absence of influential attackers, Pedro Neto and Raul Jimenez.
The £43,000 per week winger was just one of several Wolves players that struggled to perform to the high standards they had previously set under Nuno Espirito Santo because of the lack of a clinical striker in the box.