Arsenal's young left-back Samir Bihmoutine has been highly regarded throughout his time at the Gunners, however looks set for a move to Championship side Wolves.
With bags of pace, versatility and attacking instinct it looks likely that Bihmoutine spell at Arsenal will soon come to an end.
Wolves have taken the Newham-born defender on trial, with Bihmoutine actually facing the Arsenal Under-21s recently and drew a foul which led to Daniel Boateng being sent off.
It's easy to see why, that despite impressing, he is likely to have to look elsewhere for first-team football - with Nacho Monreal's recent signing, Kieran Gibbs' recent return and Jernade Meade's first appearances for Arsenal being made this season.
It is also worth mentioning that Andre Santos may not leave Arsenal in the summer, and Thomas Vermaelen and Ignasi Miquel can also cover the position.
Despite it all, could Bihmoutine's potential release one day come back to haunt the Gunners?
It's easy to forget that Andy Cole was once an Arsenal player, and he worked his way back to the top, therefore Bihmoutine could still have a very bright future ahead of him.
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