Morgan Gibbs-White says there is so much more to come from him at Wolves after his impressive breakthrough season in 2018-19. The 19-year-old was given some first-team opportunities by Nuno Espirito Santo last term, making 26 Premier League appearances in total.
The youngster had to bide his time, with only five of those being starts, but he shone when handed the chance. The England Under-17 world champion is tipped to become more of a regular at Molineux next season and will hope to be given plenty more opportunities with his current contract running until summer 2022.
Gibbs-White is pleased with the way he’s progressed through the academy ranks at Wolves and is determined to continue to develop quickly. He told the Wolves website: “It’s been a massive experience. Each year was a bigger step for me and since I turned 16 everything has gone so quickly.
I haven’t really had time to sit down and think about everything that’s happened. I’m happy with how I’m progressing and continuing to improve myself every day.” The teenager, who has so far represented England from Under-16 to Under-19 level, is seen as someone who can make a real difference in the final third and he hopes to be a big influence in Nuno’s side moving forward. He added: “I got my first assist for Wolves against Chelsea which I was happy about, but I want more and there’s more to come.”