Wolverhampton Wanderers star Matheus Cunha has once again been asked about a potential move to Manchester United.

While on holiday in Recife, the striker was interviewed by Globo Esporte, who recalled the recent rumours linking him to the Red Devils.

Cunha made it clear he’s focused on having some time off now, and will only think about his situation when returning to Wolverhampton.

“Honestly, I don’t know. I’m on holiday, I just want to be with my friends, play football, surf, do those things I don’t do there. These things, I’ll leave to analyse when I get back. But it’s very gratifying to have my name linked to Manchester United, but now we have to be happy and look for a new season that’s better than the last one,” said Matheus CUnha.

Cunha also talked a little more about his time at Wolves. He pointed out how well he’s been doing for the Molineux side, and made it clear that he’s satisfied at the club.

“It was my best season in terms of numbers. I think that nowadays football is very much classified by numbers and maths, so I think that I’ve been very happy this year. I think I’ve reached a moment where experience and the happiness of being on the pitch also helps.

“That goes hand in hand with being calm when making decisions. I’m very happy playing for Wolves. The club welcomed me in an incredible way, gave me all the support to be the protagonist I’ve been and I can only thank them.”

At the start of the month, also in an interview with Globo Esporte, Cunha had already been asked about Manchester United. At the time, he dodged the question, claiming that’s not something on his mind right now.

Playing for Wolves this season, the striker scored 14 goals and contributed eight assists in 36 appearances. He has a contract with the Molineux side running until 2027, and is currently valued by Transfermarkt at €45m, although the Red Devils should probably need to pay a little more than that.