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Wolves manager hails Sheyi Ojo

30 September 2015, 14:03

London - Sheyi Ojo was one of the players Wolverhampton Wanderers manager, Kenny Jackett, singled out for special praise on the heels of his performance against Fulham in a Championship game on Tuesday.

Liverpool farmed out the youngster on loan to Wolves before the start of this season to enable him get some game tame under his belt, and Ojo has been impressive so far, scoring two goals (three assists) in 10 appearances across all competitions.

Also read: Sheyi Ojo explains rationale behind Wolves switch

''Sheyi could get right out on that touchline – he is an old fashioned winger and can give you a lot in those one-on-one situations if we can get the ball to him consistently,'' Kenny Jackett told Wolves official webpage.

''Le Fondre got a great flick for the first goal and from there we looked comfortable.

"Sheyi got the second and then James scored with an excellent free kick and that is something we can look for consistently from him now.''

During his first loan spell outside of Anfield, Sheyi Ojo appeared 11 times for Wigan Athletic in the second half of last season.

The winger is yet to make his official debut for Liverpool but has been named on the bench for two Premier League games.

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