Patrick Cutrone: Wolves spell helped me as a player and person
Patrick Cutrone holds no grudges over his short spell at Wolves, insisting it made him 'grow as a man and as a player'.
The striker is now at Fiorentina, with Wolves letting him go just six months after signing him from AC Milan for £16million.
He scored on his first start for his new club yesterday, and during his first press conference with the club spoke about his time at Molineux.
And Cutrone said: "At Wolves it was a great experience, I learned many things, in training I learned a lot.
"It was a new culture, I grew as a man and as a player."
Cutrone scored twice in 12 Premier League appearances before joining Fiorentina on a loan deal which will become permanent in the summer of 2021.
Wolves are now on the hunt for a replacement.
Leonardo Campana – a 19-year-old Ecuadorian centre forward and client of Jorge Mendes – is thought to be close to be signing.
But he is understood to be one for the future and the club want to get more business done.