Last month, Wolverhampton Wanderers allowed Saša Kalajdžić to join Eintracht Frankfurt on a loan deal until the end of this season.

The Austria international has managed a goal and two assists from five appearances for the Bundesliga side so far. He scored his first goal in Eintracht Frankfurt’s draw against Royale Union Saint-Gilloise in the UEFA Conference League on Thursday.

Former midfielder and Sky Sport Austria expert Alfred Tatar is pleased with the 26-year-old’s decision to leave Wolves in the winter market. He’s backed his compatriot to impress at the German club and his comments are relayed by Liga Portal.

“After his injury in England it was important that he got playing time, regularly,” he said.

“I think that they have now seen at Frankfurt that they shouldn’t overlook him. Six shots on goal, as many as all the others combined, is a number to be proud of. He is an asset for Frankfurt and, if he stays fit, also for Austria at the Euros.”

The striker was restricted to 280 minutes from 13 games at Wolves this season, scoring three goals and registering an assist in the process.

Kalajdžić had revealed he was frustrated with lack of regular opportunities at Wolves, and that he Gary O’Neil never provided the ‘real reason’ for his limited game time. He’s eager to prove everyone wrong at Eintracht Frankfurt.

The Wolves man had even hinted he never felt important at Molineux, which isn’t the case currently at the Bundesliga side.