Conor Coady has told Wolverhampton Wanderers' official website that he is delighted to be playing alongside Scott Golbourne and Danny Batth at Molineux.
Coady joined Wolves from Huddersfield Town during the summer transfer window, and he has immediately slipped into their first-team fold.
The 22-year-old has impressed when given an opportunity to play by Kenny Jackett, but he insists that he is still learning his trade - and having players of Golbourne and Batth's quality alongside him is aiding his progress.
“To be playing next to Danny Batth and Scott Golbourne is fantastic, you don’t half learn a lot from those two, they’re two experienced boys," he said.
Coady's time at Wolves so far has been rather stop-start, with a suspension he picked up earlier in the season curtailing his progress.
The energetic central midfielder appeared to have broken straight into Wolves' first-team, but he lost his place after being red carded against Brighton & Hove Albion in September.
Coady has made just three appearances since then, but has started Wolves' last two games and he will be hoping to re-establish his place in Kenny Jackett's line-up.
Wolves' next match comes against Birmingham City at the weekend, where they will be looking to break out of their three-game losing streak.