Graham has stepped into Wolves’ first team in recent weeks, and his performances have belied his tender years.
The 20-year-old has looked perfectly at home in the Championship, and Batth has been very impressed with the midfielder’s progression – after his loan spell at Oxford United, earlier this season.
“Jordan is a very talented young man,” Batth said.
“He is very passionate about his football and he has got the future ahead of him to be a very good player.
“He has come in at the right time and the loan helped him with upping his confidence and building up his fitness.”
Graham has now played three times for Wolves, and he put in his finest performance to date at the weekend, during Kenny Jackett’s side’s 2-1 win against Rotherham United.
Graham set-up both of Wolves’ goals in the contest, as the Midlands side returned to winning ways at the New York Stadium.
Adam Le Fondre tweeted the academy graduate after the match, calling him a ‘young Neymar’ and Batth has now joined his list of admirers.
Graham will now be hoping that he can continue to impress both his teammates and supporters, as Wolves look to close the five-point gap to the play-off spaces.