From the first day when Patrick Cutrone started getting linked to Wolverhampton Wanderers, the message was that he wasn’t all that excited about the move to the Premier League side.

The Italian media pointed out a few times he would rather move to a better club, as even an Europa League spot wasn’t attracting him to Wolves.

But, in the end, an agreement was reached.

Speaking to the local press this Friday, the striker’s agent Donato Orgnoni was asked about Napoli’s interest in the player. He has denied that they’ve ever opened talks for a move, but has left a hint saying Cutrone’s preference about his future wasn’t exactly the same as Milan’s.

“I’m returning from England, we have recently concluded Cutrone at Wolverhampton. We’re starting a new adventure, but I think it will be very good”, Donato Orgnoni told Radio Marte (via Tutto Mercato Web). “Cutrone at Napoli was never talked about it. At Milan, they made a different choice that they might share or not, but it must be accepted”.

Signed by Wolves on an €18m deal, Cutrone has agreed a four-year contract with the club, tying him to the Molineux side until 2023. The 21-year-old scored nine goals in 43 appearances for the Rossoneri last season.