Jose was brought in on loan from Real Sociedad last January to fill the void left by Raul Jimenez who suffered a fractured skull at the back end of last year, but is still yet to get off the mark for Wolves in his 10 appearances to date,
Bull understands the £18m-rated attacker’s frustrations though, claiming that the service hasn’t been good enough for the Brazillian and that his unselfish work for the team has not gone unnoticed.
Speaking on Jose’s misfortunes in the final third and how he would describe the striker’s time in the Midlands, Bull told FFC exclusively:
“He’s a worker you know, he’ll get his head down but I think he’s just getting a bit frustrated the moment as he’s not getting the chances.
“I can relate to where he’s coming from because I’d be as frustrated as he is, and I’d want to get the wingers and strangle them and say get that ball in the box.
“The manager has got faith in him and I think once he gets one, he’ll kick on from there and be a good asset for us.”
Before signing for Wolves, Willian Jose had a record of 62 goals in 170 appearances for his parent club Real Sociedad.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s other option to play as a striker is 18-year old Fabio Silva who has found the net just twice in 27 games for Wolves which is likely to see Jose continue as the focal point at Molineux.