Enso Gonzalez has stated that he is unconcerned by his lack of senior playing time at Wolverhampton Wanderers.
The Premier League club were finally active in the market during the last days of the summer transfer season, clinching a contract for the 18-year-old.
Wolves paid €6 million for a player who had already made 39 appearances for Club Libertad in Paraguay, seven of which were in continental competition.
However, after two and a half months, the adolescent is still waiting for first-team minutes from head coach Gary O’Neil.
Gonzalez has only been an unused replacement in a senior team twice, once in the Premier League against Crystal Palace and once in the EFL Cup against Ipswich Town.
Gonzalez, on the other hand, has become a regular with the Under-21s, earning three starts in Premier League 2 and making a mark in an International Cup triumph over PSV Eindhoven.
Despite not playing in the top division of English football, Gonzalez is motivated to keep preparing for a chance later in the season.
The contender told the Paraguayan newspaper Versus, “It was very difficult at first, the pace cost me, the atmosphere, the weather, but I know the road is long and everything in its time.” It occurred with Julio (Enciso), who had to wait a long time to make his debut, so I’m not worried.
“My first game with the Under 21 team was a struggle; I played poorly.” But in the following games, I immediately adapted and performed admirably. The coach’s assistant frequently attends the games.
“I am aware that this is a long process; it is an adaptation process.” That keeps me peaceful, knowing that everything is in his hands. “Let it be what God wants,” I always say.
Gonzalez chose to join Molineux in August and signed a six-year contract.
Gonzalez will be hoping to secure a spot in a forthcoming Premier League team with star winger Pedro Neto scheduled to be out until at least December.