While at the national team camp, Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Pablo Sarabia has had a word with the Spanish media.

The 31-year-old today held a press conference, and his quotes are relayed by Marca’s website.

Sarabia, who arrived at Wolves in a €5m move from Paris Saint Germain in January 2023, says he’s now adapted to the Premier League side, and is happy with their season so far.

“I’ve had to change things, both in terms of the game and the players. It’s a different way of playing, and I think I’m enjoying a great season. I am very proud of how I have adapted,” said Sarabia.

“Playing in so many countries is very enriching on a personal level. And that has its sporting side, that of adapting, knowing your strengths and weaknesses in each environment.”

The player was also asked about the differences between the Premier League and La Liga.

“The pace is better there. But La Liga has things in which it is also better. They are different”

Having scored against Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United and Sheffield United, Sarabia has three goals and nine assists in 27 appearances for Wolves this season. Despite a tough start, having spent many games on the bench in September and October, he seems to have convinced Gary O’Neil that he deserves a place in the starting team.

Spain will be facing Colombia and Brazil in a couple of friendlies in the coming week. Following the international break, Wolves get back in action with a trip to Aston Villa on March 30th, trying to improve their current 9th place in the table.