Adama Traore says he is ready for the Premier League return

Wolverhampton Wanderers star Adama Traore has disclosed his readiness for the English Primer League return after long break due to COVID 19 outbreak.

Football activities were suspended after the outbreak of the deadly pandemics virus which started from China and because of that the number one league in the world also went to break for three-month.

But according to Traore, he has been training in the house and going through the directives of the team which has being giving to them by the manger.

“I have been working a lot in the house and i have been using the plans they have given us because I want to be the best I can be, so when I get back on the pitch, I can be even faster”. “We have been working hard to get back to full fitness. The staff gave us some plans that we have been able to do while at home,” he told the Wolves Website.

“If you have a gym in your house, you can maintain your fitness the same way you have when you’re on the field.

“But I think every player in the team has been working hard by themselves in their houses and they’ve come back stronger.

“It’s great to know that we will be starting again, we will finish the season, but of course, it’s different because we’ve been testing throughout the week, we’ve had to do some routines, so we don’t give a problem to anyone.

“It’s been great coming back to see my teammates, the manager, all of the staff as well, and go back to our fitness.

“I hope we will be able to do the best to get the results for the fans when the game days comes, and although they won’t be able to see it in the stadium, we will do the best to try and satisfy them.”

Wolves winger Adama Traore is arguably already the fastest player in the Premier League, but he says he’s been working on becoming even faster during coronavirus lock down.

The English Primer League resume this week with a lot of expectation from the teams especially Wolves who have been doing well before the virus.

 The 24-year –old performance has attracted interest from teams like Liverpool and Manchester united chasing him for his signature.

Traore, a Mali descent and Spanish international is eligible to play for both national teams, having been born in Spain, while his parents hail from the West Africa.

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