The future is bright for Wolves
Nouha Dicko joined Wolverhampton Wanderers during one of the darkest spells at Molinuex.
Dean Saunders signed the pacey Frenchman on loan from Wigan Athletic and the youngster failed to really make an impression on the team.
He made just four appearances, including one start during a two-month loan spell which culminated in Wolves getting relegated from the Championship.
"It wasn`t easy last season but I think it helped me grow up as a footballer and a man,' Dicko told the Express & Star.
During the eight month gap between his first stint and his second stint, both player and club went through some changes.
21-year-old Dicko joined League One side Rotherham United on loan, turning himself into quite the formidable striker, scoring six goals in five consecutive games.
Whilst Wolves, changed the manager again and Kenny Jackett began to build a squad capable of getting the side out of the third tier of English football.
He added: "The team is different - players have left- and I think the spirit is better.
"The quality is here and I`m happy to be back."
"We`ve been working really hard to get back to the top of the league, On the pitch and on the training ground, everyone at the club are ready to keep working hard to stay in this position.
"You can see we`re a team who are doing good. The future looks bright."
Since his £300,000 permanent switch from Wigan, Dicko has five goals in six appearances.
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