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Exclusive: Steve Bull tips Morgan Gibbs-White for major impact in Wolves first-team

Steve Bull has exclusively told Football FanCast that the highly rated Morgan Gibbs-White could become a key player for Wolves moving forward.

The 21-year-old spent the first half of this season on loan at Swansea, but a fractured foot restricted the midfielder to just five appearances in the Championship.

That injury saw Gibbs-White go back to Wolves in January, and he’s been involved in almost every matchday following his return.

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But the England Under-21 star has struggled for opportunities in the Wolves first-team, with most of his minutes coming in the FA Cup.

However, with Nuno Espirito Santo’s men now safe, the Wolves boss has been giving several youngsters a regular taste of senior action.

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And therefore, Gibbs-White was handed just his second league start of the season for Wolves against Brighton on Sunday and repaid his faith by scoring a late winner – his first ever Premier League goal.

Bull told Football FanCast that he’s come back from south Wales a different player following some previous difficulties:

“He’s had to learn a lot over the last few years. I think he was a bit of a naughty boy; he was doing some silly things out of the club.

“He went out on loan and has come back a determined young man. Nuno has put faith in him, and told him ‘keep training hard and go out there and do it’.

“I watched him against Brighton, and he looked as though he’s settled down. He’s come back a different player, with a determination and with a smile on his face. Will he fit in the plans next year? I think he will. He’s still he’s got a lot to learn, but I think he could be a big part of this club going forward.”

Article title: Exclusive: Steve Bull tips Morgan Gibbs-White for major impact in Wolves first-team

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