Former Wolverhampton Wanderers defender Jody Craddock has heaped praises on France international Willy Boly for his impressive displays in the Premier League.
Boly has showcased his talent as a defender which has seen him rise for Wolves - he even scored the winner against Besiktas in the Europa League and inspired his side to a win over Manchester City in the Premier League.
According to Shropshire Star, the 28-year-old has been a fan-favourite since he joined Wolves from Porto in the summer of 2018 for approximately £10million.
Craddock, who also plied his trade for Sunderland exclaimed that Boly is a talented and one-of-a-kind defender who really knows how to control the game.
“I like him. I really rate him," the former player turned artist said.
“He’s good in the air, calm on the floor. He’s tough to get past. I think that’s everything you want in a defender – and he’s got it. He’s a really good player.”
“We definitely want him to stay at Wolves as he’s been doing so well, but he probably could walk into another team higher up the table.
“Hopefully, he doesn’t. But when you’ve got these players and they’re playing well, there’s always going to be players sniffing around them.
"Then, it’s down to Wolves to do the job and keep hold of him if we want to step up to the table ourselves.”
Craddock spent ten years of his footballing career with Wolves where he managed 237 appearances and scored 14 goals.
“Keeping a clean sheet against Man City, not many do that.
"It speaks volumes. The lads are doing a good job there,” he concluded.
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