‘The results will come’: Goncalo Guedes confident Wolves can turn form around after poor league start

The Portuguese international joined Wolverhampton Wanderers from Valencia in the summer.
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Goncalo Guedes is confident Wolverhampton Wanderers can turn their fortunes around in the Premier League after a poor start to the season.

The Old Gold sit 17th in the table after their opening seven league games, winning once, drawing three and losing three.

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Guedes has featured six times in the league for Bruno Lage’s side and has registered one assist so far.

The 25-year-old joined Wolves from Valencia in the summer and is relishing making more appearances for the club in the Premier League.

Wolves have won just one of their opening seven league games. Credit: Getty. Wolves have won just one of their opening seven league games. Credit: Getty.
Wolves have won just one of their opening seven league games. Credit: Getty.

“Every player dreams about playing in this league,” Guedes told the Old Gold’s official website.”I’m thoroughly enjoying it and I hope to take advantage of what the league has to bring.

“It’s the best league in the world and I think every player has to enjoy every moment as if it were the last.”

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The competition is proving to be a tough test for club and player this campaign with Guedes is yet to find the back of the net so far.

However, he is confident Wolves can improve their form in the near future and help contribute as much as possible.

“Everything is going well,” he added. “I obviously hoped to help the team a little more with goals and assists in the first couple of games, but it was a period of transition.

“Right now, I can only hope to help the best I can.

“We believe in the work we’re putting in, we want to be better, and I think the results will come our way because we’ve been working quite well and believe in what the manager says – that’s essential.”

The Old Gold will travel to the London Stadium on Saturday to take on West Ham United, with the Hammers sitting one place and two points behind Lage’s team.

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