What wolves legend Steve Bull has said about Wolves attacking performance, particularly emphasizing Matheus Cunha’s

Steve Bull has heaped praise on the Wolves’ attacking performance, particularly emphasizing Matheus Cunha’s intimidating dribbling skills. The team has now settled into the 2023/24 season.

Their season began on a challenging note with a loss to Manchester United when they should have secured at least a point. Subsequently, they suffered a 4-1 defeat to Brighton, managed to defeat Everton, but encountered losses against Crystal Palace and Liverpool.

However, Gary O’Neil has managed to stabilize the team’s performance in recent weeks, securing five points from the last three games. The significant victory over Manchester City has boosted the team’s confidence.

The current attacking prowess of the team is particularly noteworthy, and Bull has commended Cunha for his recent contributions. Bull is enthusiastic about Wolves’ attack at the moment, especially appreciating the dynamic duo of wingers Hwang Hee-chan and Pedro Neto, just like many fans.

Matheus Cunha provides perfect response to £43m 'pressure' and addresses  Wolves position - Birmingham Live

In his latest Express & Star column, Bull ensured that Cunha received the credit he deserves, highlighting a specific quality of the player. Bull stated, “Cunha is effectively uniting the front line. He might not score 15-20 goals per season, but when he takes on defenders with his dribbling, it’s a daunting sight, and he’s adept at creating opportunities for his teammates. He’s executing the manager’s instructions, and the attacking combination is proving effective.”

Despite his brilliance, there’s one aspect where Cunha falls short. The trio of Hwang, Neto, and Cunha is performing admirably. Cunha, who recently expressed his desire to have a long-term stay with Wolves, has had a promising start to the new season, but there are still concerns about his finishing ability. Unfortunately, the Brazilian struggles to convert chances into goals. Despite this, as a £44 million signing, he possesses all the attributes expected of a forward player. If he can refine his clinical finishing, Wolves could become a formidable force.

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