July 14, 2024

The 19-year-old is on the back of his breakthrough season in Gary O’Neil’s first-team, for whom he played ten times and scored two goals, and has now secured his future for the next four

Hobbs, who confirmed a loan move for Fraser is the target next season, piled praise on the striker for his attitude, which has got him to this point, and has now called on him to take further steps forward across the 2024/25 campaign.

“Nathan’s been here a long time, so it’s nice for him to be able to continue his journey with us. He’s coming to a really important stage of his career, where he’s really got to kickstart it and define what that career will look like.Ruben Neves: Wolves midfielder completes £47m Al Hilal move to become latest player to move to Saudi Arabia | Football News | Sky SportsWolves 3-0 Liverpool: Player ratings as Reds shambles continues with heavy lossWolves 3-0 Liverpool: Player ratings as Reds shambles continues with heavy loss

“He’s a great kid who gets the absolute best out of himself and works his socks off to be the best player he can be, so whatever level Nathan ends up at, he’ll be at the very highest level he can for his talent because he won’t do anythi

ng by half.”

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