Steve Bull sympathizes with Willian Jose

In an exclusive interview with Football FanCastWolves legend Steve Bull, who has played 561 times for the club, can understand the issues Willian Jose is facing right now.

Jose was loaned out by Real Sociedad last January to fill the void left by Raul Jimenez, who suffered a broken skull late last year but has yet to make it through to Wolves during of his 10 appearances to date,

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Bull understands the frustrations of the £ 18million striker, however, saying the serve hasn’t been good enough for the Brazilian and his selfless work for the team hasn’t gone unnoticed.

Speaking about Jose’s woes in the final third and how he would describe the striker’s time in the Midlands, Bull said. FFC exclusively:

“He’s a worker you know, hto one get his lead down But I thought he is only get a little frustrated the moment like he is do not get the chances.

I can To refer to or he is to come up of because I would be as frustrated as him, and I want to at get the wingers and strangle them and say get this Ball in the box.

“The manager trusts him and me thought Once he gets a, hell stroke sure of the and be a Well active for we.”

Prior to signing for Wolves, Willian Jose had a record 62 goals in 170 appearances for his parent club, Real Sociedad.

Nuno Espirito Santo’s other option to play as a forward is 18-year-old Fabio Silva, who has only found the net twice in 27 games for Wolves, which should see Jose continue as a focal point at Molineux .

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