Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder Tommy Rowe loving life away from Molineux

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Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder Tommy Rowe has joined Scunthorpe United on loan, and gone straight into their first-team.

Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder Tommy Rowe has told the Scunthorpe Telegraph that he is loving his loan spell at Scunthorpe United.

Wolves loaned the midfielder to the League One outfit last month, and he has gone straight into their first-team.

It has been Rowe’s first consistent run of games for over a season, and the 27-year-old is enjoying playing regular football again.

“All I can say is I’ve enjoyed every minute of it,” Rowe said. “I think I’ve got the best out of myself from the group of players I’ve been around. I find it easy to get my natural game out with the way we play.

“First and foremost the manager wants me to defend but I’ve also got licence to go help create stuff."

Rowe moved to Wolves from Peterborough United in 2014, but he has struggled to make an impact at Molineux.

The former Stockport County man has not shown his top form in a Wolves shirt, and he found himself way down the pecking order this term.

His showings at Scunthorpe have highlighted his quality, though, and they have also helped Mark Robins’ side to climb the table.

The Iron were struggling in the early part of the campaign, but since Rowe’s arrival they have been much improved – and they are now on the fringes of the third-tier play-off places.

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