Conor Coady’s six successful seasons at Wolves have had nothing to do with goalscoring, at least not until the last week. The centre half had scored his first league goal in six years at Manchester City on Tuesday night, a landmark which he said “meant nothing” as four goals were conceded at the other end. Here, in the second half, Coady had two excellent chances to double that tally and secure three points for Wolves which would have meant a lot.
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He said: “He senses where the space is and how to use it. I wouldn’t necessarily say he’s a dribbler with skills and tricks but he’s dynamic. How he plays, he is unique in some ways.