This is his best return as a professional footballer and he has shown that he can compete against the best in the country, at the highest level. He will lift the league title and will be high on confidence and is a player who will be crucial for the club’s chances in the top flight next season.
Nuno Espirito Santo is expected to be in charge of the club next season as well and he will need a few more additions to his squad to survive the competition in the Premier League. He has used Saiss and Neves as his first choice midfield partnership with Alfred N’Diaye the only real backup to the senior side.
They will actually have to add to their midfield options and losing Neves cannot be a good thing for the Wolves. He may fetch more than what they paid for him just months ago but with no real pressure to sell, along with the lure of regular playing time, the Championship leaders should do all they can to keep the youngster at the club beyond the summer.