Kenny Jackett has revealed his admiration for former Wolverhampton Wanderers player Adlene Guedioura ahead of his return to Molineux this weekend.
The Algeria international played for Wolves 34 times in the Premier League after joining the club in 2010 before moving to Nottingham Forest two years later.
With Guedioura now at Watford, who play Wolves tomorrow, the manager told the Express & Star: "I'm sure he's looking forward to coming back to his former club as well and we'll be looking to do well.
"He's a really talented player, he made a good impression at Palace when Alan Pardew first took over. Then he moved on or hasn't held down a place, but he was very impressed with him on that particular day.
"I'm sure he's learned from his time and experience at Wolves and it's stood him in good stead for his career because he does look like a talented player and is playing well for Watford."
Guedioura joined Watford on loan from Crystal Palace last week.