Wolves have bid farewell to forward Bright Enobakhare, who has left Molineux by mutual consent upon the expiry of his contract.
The 22-year-old came through the ranks at the West Midlands club, making 49 first-team appearances during a lengthy stay at Molineux.
But since Wolves’ promotion to the Premier League, the attacker has been unable to make an impact, and has spent the first-half of this season on loan at Wigan Athletic where he played only three times.
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Enobakhare’s release from Wolves has left plenty of Coventry City fans talking, though, with many calling for the forward to make a return to the Sky Blues.
Enobakhare spent the second-half of last season on loan with Coventry, scoring six goals and registering three assists in 18 games for Mark Robins’ side as they finished just outside of the play-offs.
With the Sky Blues on the verge of promotion to the Championship, plenty of Coventry City fans have had their say on Facebook about Enobakhare’s release…
Craig Ward: We were all gutted when he left. I’d have him back in a heartbeat. Mark Robins gets the best out of him. Unplayable on his day but admittedly needs more “days”. He’s still only 22 though
Andy Ellis: He seems to have a bad/deluded agent so that might scupper things. Sadly I can see him going down the “slipping into obscurity having once been promising” route. Or as others have said, bouncing around mediocre smaller European leagues if he’s not careful. If it were just him and not his current agent then yes I’d happily have him as he’d definitely improve the squad. All depends if we have any chance of keeping O’Hare though I suspect. 🤔
Rob Ridgeway: He’ll end up at some lower level Belgium side – all his potential gone out the window. Look at players like George Thomas, Ben Stevenson etc
John Bryant: No I’m good thanks
Sam Bagworth: Worth having him even as a squad player providing we can afford him
Nelly Whitething: No thanks. Too often was greedy and over done things, losing the ball in the process. He’d be behind O’Hare, Allen and Walsh for me.
Malcolm Sweet: No, He hasn’t proved himself on loan at Championship level which is what we will need players for.
Jo Chamberlain: Done alright without him haven’t we….