Wolverhampton Wanderers attacker Helder Costa has told the Portuguese media he’s happy with the way things are going with his career at the moment.

The player has impressed for Wolves this season which has earned him a call up to the national team.

Speaking to Record, Costa was asked about being selected for Portugal as he prepares for their upcoming games: “I already know most of my team-mates because I played with almost everyone in the team, my integration is very good and I hope that I can help the group achieve the goals, I’m happy, things are going well and hopefully that will continue into the future.”

Costa has been a key member of teh squad for Wolves in this campaign as their impressive start to the season continues. The 24 year old has started all his side’s Premier League games, helping Wolves to 7th in the table and he was in particularly good form in the draw with Manchester United last month

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The right winger could now be in line to make his debut for his country when Portugal take on Scotland at the weekend.

Costa has played at all levels for the national team, including representing the U23s side.