Wolves' hot-shot striker Sylvan Ebanks-Blake has revealed how much he is enjoying his time at Molineux and has pledged his future to the club.
The 22-year-old has bagged an incredible 21 goals in 34 appearances in a gold and black shirt since his January move from Plymouth, unsurprisingly making him a target for several Premier League clubs.
But Ebanks-Blake insist he is happy at Wolves and wants to stay "for as long as possible", telling the club's official website: "I've felt at home from the minute I stepped out here. And when you're happy as a player and you're settled off the pitch as well, you do your talking on the pitch."
He added: "I've tried to do that. I've had some ups and downs along the way, on and off the pitch, but I've always stayed focused and the manager has always shown faith in me. The boys have always stuck with me as well.
"I feel really appreciated here by the club and the fans. It's a really big club and a really good set-up - everything about the place is made to go on to bigger and better things.
"I feel privileged to be a part of that and I want to be a part of it for as long as possible - as long as the manager will have me."
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