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Ruben Vinagre: 'I'm enjoying life at Wolverhampton Wanderers'

Defender Ruben Vinagre admits that he is enjoying life at Wolverhampton Wanderers after featuring regularly for the Championship side since joining on loan from Monaco.

Defender Ruben Vinagre has said that scoring for Wolverhampton Wanderers last weekend was "a dream come true".

Since linking up with Wolves on a loan deal from Monaco, Vinagre has emerged as a key part of the team on the left flank, making eight appearances in all competitions.

Vinagre added his first professional goal to his record in the 4-0 win over Burton Albion, and the Portuguese youngster has admitted that he is enjoying his time at Molineux.

The teenager told O Jogo: "Honestly, as soon as I scored I couldn't believe it. It was a dream come true and I still can't believe it's real, it seems I'm still dreaming.

"Having several Portuguese players in the squad has been a help. This squad is top – not only the Portuguese players. We have a really good squad. I've been here for three months and I've already learned a lot from Nuno.

"The second tier in England is a very competitive league, there are no easy games and there's always a great atmosphere in the stadiums. I'm really enjoying playing here."

Before linking up with Wolves, Vinagre signed a five-year contract with the Ligue 1 giants.


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