By Johnny Edward:
Wolverhampton Wanderers coach, Paul Lambert has hinted that young Nigerian forward, Bright Enobakhare is in line for his second start of the season after impressing in last Saturday's 2-0 win over Nottingham Forest at the City Ground, Completesportsnigeria.com reports.
Enobakhare, 18, a teammate of Carl Ikeme was handed a starting role in the win against Forest, and Lambert was pleased to see the Nigerian born academy graduate link up well with the front two of Helder Costa and Ivan Cavaleiro who were both on target as his side secured their sixth win of the season.
"Bright Enobakhare came into the starting line-up and also contributed well in linking up with the front three," Lambert told the club's website.
"Bright has played for me before, but he came back in and did really well.
"He is a young kid but he has so much talent and he is exciting and could feature again on Boxing day," Lambert added.
Wolves face Bristol City who are two points ahead on Boxing day.
Enobakhare who has bagged eight goals in 13 games for Wolves' U-23 side has made three senior first team appearances for Wolves who are placed 18th in the log.