Neto has been Wolves’ main man since Raul Jimenez fractured his skull, and the Portugal international has registered five goals and five assists in just his second season in the Premier League.
During Ronaldo’s second season with Manchester United, he registered five goals and six assists, meaning Neto requires just one assist this season to equal what began to get Ronaldo the attention he received in England.
Wolves legend Bull believes Neto is already at a big club so doesn’t think he will be leaving any time soon either and can develop into a similarly important player for Wolves, as Ronaldo was for the Red Devils.
Speaking on Neto’s potential and whether he could replicate what Ronaldo has during his career, Bull told FFC exclusively:
“I think he can stretch to those levels, I really do.”
He added: “He’s absolutely class, he just floats across the grass and the way he stretches his legs past players is absolutely unbelievable.
“I know there’s a lot of talk saying he’ll go to a big club, but he is at a big club now with a big manager.
“I’d say in the next 18 months to two years we will be in the top five or six.”
The 21-year old signed a new deal in November last year to keep him at Molineux for another five years so if he was to leave like Jamie Carragher believes he will do, Wolves will be able to command a large fee.