Simon says he likes Wolverhampton

17 February 2009 01:21
The 17-year-old will remain in the West Midlands until the end of the season as part of a promising link with their eastern European counterparts which has already seen defender Scott Malone temporarily head in the opposite direction.[LNB]With one friendly already under his belt, Simon looks set to feature regularly for the Development and Academy sides between now and the summer, and he can't wait to build upon what has already been an enjoyable experience.[LNB]"I like Wolverhampton but, being a footballer, my favourite part is Molineux of course," he told the club's official website. "It's a big change from Hungary but I am happy here and the people have been great to me, particularly at Wolves. I've settled in well.[LNB]"I like my team-mates and even though there's a language barrier we get on well. I feel like I've been accepted and they are all trying to help me in one way or another both on and off the pitch."[LNB]He added: "Training is probably not for as long over here but it's certainly more intense and demanding. In the Development fixture (against Hereford) I was shattered by the end because of the speed of the game. It's far quicker than what I've played in Hungary but that's something for me to work on and adapt to as I get more experience."[LNB][LNB]

Source: Team_Talk