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Can Seol Fill Millers Boots?

Wolves South Korean international Seol Ki-Hyeon was heralded by Jez Moxey as a 20 goals a season striker upon his arrival at Molineux.

But a drop in form, and a new wide role has seen a far more modest return form the man Wolves snatched from Anderlecht for little over a million pounds.

In fact, he hasnt started a game for Wolves since February, against Crewe Alexandra.

He was due for a return last Saturday against Plymouth, but was withdrawn by Glenn Hoddle with a fever, but now, with Kenny Miller suspended for two matches, Seol is urging Glenn Hoddle to give him another chance.

Speaking to the E&S he said

'It's been a long time since I played for the first team and I would like to be given that chance with Kenny being out,'

'I got my chance to play in the reserves on Tuesday and played very hard because I knew the gaffer was there watching.

'I'm fit again after my fever and I feel ready to play. And if I get my chance I will be doing my very best to get back to the form I was in last season'

Seol's form this campaign has been erratic at best, and he has admitted he was frustrated with his form earlier in the season, but following his rest, feels he i just the man to fill Miller's bootss, and keep Wolve promotion hopes, no matter how lim, alive.

'I was very tired and have missed some games recently which has done me good,' he said.

'I've had a good rest, I feel very fresh and I'm just waiting for my chance to play.

'There's only five games left now and I want to do my bit for the team and try and help us reach the play-offs.

'We know that will be very difficult know because it was a bad result for us at Plymouth and we know the fans were very disappointed.

'We can't think about Preston's results, we've just got to concentrate on getting three points ourselves.'

If Seol can find the form he displayed when he first joined the club, he has the potential to be Glenn Hoddle's secret weapon.

And if Hoddle plays him where he could inflict damage, whose to say he cant keep Wolverhampton in the play off race?




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Date:Friday April 7 2006

Time: 6:11PM

Your Comments

He hasnt been given a chance in a striker role, and when he did play there that once he scored. He deserves a chance there now Miller is suspended.
StaffsWolf
he fits that position better than miller and can cross quality ball this is something we have missed with soel out of the team
skellybob
Ive not heard much about him, but you two seem to think he will be a hit. Lets hope hoddle gives him the chance to prove himself.
FEn_100
 

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