With Pablo Sarabia scoring Wolverhampton Wanderers’ winner against Sheffield United at the weekend, many stories in the Spanish media highlight his recent form at the club.

AS is one of those outlets, claiming the 31-year-old now ‘explodes again’ after a tough time in England a few months ago.

The website writes that Sarbia’s season ‘went awry’ right at the start of it, with the departure of Julen Lopetegui from Wolves, and after the winger lost a place in the starting team, it’s said that even the club considered to ‘find a way out’ for him at the time.

The Molineux side were not only concerned about him losing the support from the Spanish manager, but also because of the high salary he is on at the club.

Sarabia stayed, though, and AS now highlights that he’s ‘making a name for himself’ at Molineux by recovering his place in the team and having a real impact on their results.

Playing for Wolves this season, he now has three goals and nine assists in 23 appearances, and it now seems his contract and wages are no longer a problem, which tends to be the case when players are performing.