Plenty of Wolves fans have been wondering about the Molineux future of on-loan midfielder Connor Ronan.
The 21-year-old Irishman has been on loan to Slovakian outfit DAC Dunajska Streda since January, scoring two goals in 30 games for them so far.
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He seems to be benefitting from his loan move to Slovakia, though, with The Athletic’s Wolves reporter Tim Spiers tweeting that he is apparently playing “the best football of his career” with DAC Dunajska Streda. [via @TimSpiers]
By all accounts playing the best football of his career at the moment. Loan to Slovakia done the world of good. https://t.co/ukzAiMgKdm
— Tim Spiers (@TimSpiers) November 20, 2019
According to The Irish Sun, Ronan put in a hugely influential display for Republic of Ireland under-21s in their 4-1 win over Sweden on Tuesday night, coming off the bench at half-time to masterfully set up a goal for Tottenham’s Troy Parrott, his performance delighting a number of Irish fans watching the game.
These Wolves supporters on Twitter are curious to know if the 21-year-old will have a part to play at Molineux once his loan spell in Slovakia ends, with one fan believing that he should be ahead of Morgan Gibbs-White and Bruno Jordao in the midfield pecking order:
Is the plan to leave him out there rest of the season and see where we are then?
— NAG (@Kingwolf84) November 20, 2019
Surely a better option than MGW and Jordao at present?
— James Kent (@JamesKent73) November 20, 2019
When will he come back?
— marc milewski (@MarctMilewski) November 20, 2019
how likely is he to play for Wolves again do you think?
— joseph (@j0seph98) November 20, 2019
Do you think he gets another look in Tim?
— WolfDennis (@WolfDennis_) November 20, 2019
Any chance he has a future at Wolves Tim?
— WolvesFirst (@WolvesFirst) November 20, 2019
Do you think Ronan will be given a chance to impress at Wolves or will he have to go elsewhere for regular game-time? Join in the discussion by commenting below!Like what the TT have on offer? Sign up for more notifications!