With 0 minutes left, O’Neil unloads ‘exciting’ £10 million star against Ipswich.

Wolves will play Ipswich Town in the third round of the Carabao Cup tomorrow night.

After a disappointing 1-1 draw at the weekend against Luton Town, Wanderers are looking to rebound.

Wolves became the only side in the Premier League to lose to the Hatters this year.

It will be an opportunity for Gary O’Neil to try something new and give those players who haven’t played much time on the field.

is a player O’Neil should think about facing off against the Tractor Boys.

Enso Gonzalez must now shine for the Wolves
O’Neil will undoubtedly make significant changes to the starting lineup against Luton.
Gonzalez’s debut must undoubtedly be something he thinks about.

Gonzalez joined Wolves from Libertad the day before the transfer deadline for a rumored cost of around £10 million.

Although his entrance was somewhat unexpected, the club is thrilled to have the Paraguayan superstar.

He’s an exciting player, stated Matt Hobbs (a Wolf official) at the time of his arrival.

“Creativity, forward play, aggressiveness in possession, and performing his work outside of possession, but for me it was more what he does offensively. If you hire the appropriate kind of individuals, most players will do both sides of the task, but with Enso, I’m eager to see what he can offer moving ahead.

We’ve seen from Joao the kind of grit many South American players have, so his personality will be vital for us.

Pedro Neto has participated in every minute of every Premier League game for Wolves thus far this season.

Unquestionably, this is a chance to rest the top player before a really tough game against Manchester City on Saturday.

Hwang Hee-chan has also recently played quite a bit.

Pablo Sarabia is likely to play, possibly from the right.

However, it would be wonderful to see Gonzalez have a chance as well against a Championship team.

Gonzalez, 18, would probably be thrown a little bit into the deep end because the game is at Portman Road.

However, he unquestionably needs a match like this to demonstrate his abilities and establish himself as a legitimate alternative for O’Neil to utilize in the Premier League.

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