Bright Enobakhare is hoping he still has a future at Wolves even though his contract is due to expire this summer. The Nigerian forward was a regular feature for Nuno Espirito Santo’s side as they claimed the Championship title last season, but he is currently on loan at League One outfit Coventry after spending the first half of the campaign in Scotland with Kilmarnock.
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The 21-year-old has impressed during his time with Coventry, scoring four goals in 10 league appearances for Mark Robins’ play-off chasers, although his long-term future remains up in their air, as he is out of contract with Wolves this summer.
A permanent switch to Coventry could be a possibility for Enobakhare, but he still harbours hope of being offered a new contract with Wolves and forcing his way back into Nuno’s first-team thinking next season. Asked about his contract situation at Molineux, Enobakhare was quoted as saying by the Birmingham Mail: “I don’t know to be honest.
I just want to keep my head straight and focus on my game. “It was good playing with those good players. I learned a lot and I think my mentality is different from what it was last year. Hopefully when I go back I can showcase myself.”