Wolves to let Enobakhare leave
Bright Enobakhare looks set to leave Wolves this summer with talks over a new contract seemingly unlikely.
Enobakhare has struggled to break into the first team on a regular basis since making his senior debut in 2015 and he failed to make a Premier League appearance this season before being shipped out to Coventry City on loan in January.
The 20-year-old has scored three goals from eight League One appearances and Sky Blues boss Mark Robins has been impressed with what he has seen from the striker.
"He's still got a way to go but we know he's a talented player and I am absolutely delighted with him and for him because that was a really good performance from him. Not just the goal, but his all-around performance," he said.
"He's got that bit of quality that can change a game and that's why we brought him in."
With Enobakhare's contract expiring in the summer, and no talks over an extension at Molineux scheduled, there is the growing possibility he could make the permanent switch to the Ricoh Arena.
When asked about this, Robins added: "Who knows, who knows!"
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