Wolverhampton Wanderers' defender Kortney Hause learning from Chelsea's John Terry

Wolverhampton Wanderers defender Kortney Hause has played in every Championship match for his side this season.

Kortney Hause has told Wolverhampton Wanderers' official site that he has been watching Chelsea defender John Terry closely, to try and learn some lessons from him.

Terry and Hause are at different stages of their careers, and the Wolves defender is keen to learn from his more experienced counterpart.

Terry has forged a wonderful career for himself at the top-level, and Hause is hoping to emulate his attitude when on the football pitch. 

"I watch a lot of Premier League football and even the very best defenders in that league make mistakes from time to time," he said. 

“John Terry is a great defender who has made over 500 appearances in the Premier League and all those appearances for England but he will still make a mistake.

“It’s more about what happens when you make a mistake, and the one thing I would say about John Terry is that he will never crumble or go under.

“That is what you learn from him – it’s about having the mental strength to keep going if you do make a mistake and learn from it."

There are high hopes for Hause's future at Wolves, as he has started to become a key player for them, despite his tender years.

The England youth international is still only 20-years-old, but he has played in every one of Wolves' Championship fixtures so far this term. 

At first, he was part of a Wolves defence which looked shaky, but the return of Danny Batth has made the team much stronger in recent weeks and they have started to climb the table.

Kenny Jackett's side are now unbeaten in their last four matches, and they sit in ninth place in the current Championship standings. 

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