Gary O’Neil has expressed his satisfaction with Boubacar Traore’s exceptional performance in training. The head coach of the Wanderers is looking forward to their upcoming Premier League match against Bournemouth.
Wolves have recently earned five points in their last three matches, which includes a noteworthy three points against Manchester City. The atmosphere at Molineux is considerably more optimistic now compared to the early weeks of the new season.
The players are evidently responding well to O’Neil, raising hopes for the team’s progress after the international break. As they prepare to face Bournemouth, O’Neil may have subtly hinted at his team selection.
Gary O’Neil is full of praise for Boubacar Traore ahead of the Bournemouth clash, and he is undoubtedly eager to secure a victory on Saturday. It’s worth noting that he was previously dismissed by Bournemouth in June, despite successfully maintaining their Premier League status last season. Returning to the Vitality Stadium to oversee a win holds special significance for him.
However, O’Neil will be without Mario Lemina in midfield due to a red card received against Aston Villa. Nonetheless, it appears that he has a capable replacement in Boubacar Traore, who has been performing exceptionally well in training.
O’Neil stated, “Boubacar Traore has been training exceptionally well, and it’s exciting how he can cover the pitch. Tommy Doyle has also made a positive impact.” Given O’Neil’s evident approval of Traore, it wouldn’t be surprising to see him in the starting lineup on Saturday, especially with Lemina unavailable. The 22-year-old certainly deserves the opportunity to shine in his absence.