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Wolves star Pedro Neto plans to ‘conquer’ after penning a new five-year deal

Pedro Neto, Wolves, February 2022.

Wolves star Pedro Neto has committed his future to the club, having put put pen to paper on a new five-year deal at Molineux.

Neto had a good season in a Wolves shirt last term. Indeed, the Portuguese forward directly contributed to 11 goals in the Premier League.

His good form gained him admiration from other clubs, as Liverpool and Everton were interested in the summer.

Wolves will be delighted, therefore, in the knowledge that Neto has committed his future to the club. The forward put pen to paper on a new five-year deal.

“I’m very happy because it’s felt like home here and I want to continue here,” he said on the Wolves website.

“I want to work a lot to conquer things with this club because we have the potential to do this kind of stuff.”

Indeed, Wolves have been pushing for European football this season.

With Neto back in the side following a period on the sidelines, there is more chance that will become a reality.

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What’s more, the player and club alike will hope they can fight at the top half of the table for years to come.

Neto clearly thinks that Wolves is a club that can achieve that, and has put his faith in them.

Wolves’ technical director happy with Neto contract

Adama Traore Wolves

Scott Sellars, the technical director at the club, revealed his delight at Neto committing his future to the club.

“It’s a deserved reward for him. He’s returned from injury and put in a lot of hard work to get back, so it’s good for all parties,” he said.

“It’s a no-brainer for the club to retain its talent and hopefully it was a no-brainer for Pedro to stay longer.”

Indeed, all parties will hope the prosperous relationship between Neto and Wolves continues for the rest of his time at the club.

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