Ethan Ebanks-Landell has told Wolverhampton Wanderers’ official website that he enjoys playing alongside Danny Batth.
The pair have both progressed through Wolves’ youth system to become first team regulars at Molineux.
And, although Batth is slightly older than Ebanks-Landell, the 22-year-old centre-back feels that they have developed a good understanding of each other’s games.
“It was good to play alongside Danny – he’s a couple of years older than me but we did play together a little bit in the Academy and I sometimes played in front of him in midfield," he said.
“Last season I thought we were doing well as a partnership until I got injured so hopefully we can repeat that.”
Ebanks-Landell and Batth have not had much time together this season, due to injuries that they have both suffered.
Batth missed much of the early part of the campaign due to fitness issues, while Ebanks-Landell picked up a knock more recently.
The duo did start together against Rotherham United in Wolves most recent fixture, though, and their performance was impressive.
Wolves picked up a 2-1 victory at the New York Stadium last weekend, and they will be hoping to build on that performance over the coming weeks.
Kenny Jackett’s side have fallen short of expectations so far this term, and they are currently sitting in 14th place in the Championship table.