Bjorn Sigurdarson says that it is great to be back involved at Wolverhampton Wanderers after making his first 90-minute appearance of the season.
The Icelandic international appeared to be heading for the exit door at Molineux, but a recent resurgence has brought him back into first-team contention.
Sigurdarson made a substitute appearance against Brighton & Hove Albion back in January, and he has not looked back since then, playing a further three times for Kenny Jackett’s side.
His increasingly important status in the first-team was highlighted last weekend, when he played the full match in a 0-0 draw against Reading and Sigurdarson is delighted to be back involved.
Great to have played 90.. Its been too long. Thanks for your support https://t.co/WzEQbhuz1f— Bjorn B Sigurdarson (@bsigurdarson) February 9, 2016
Prior to this season Sigurdarson had not played for Wolves since way back in 2013/14 campaign, so his turnaround in fortunes has been nothing short of remarkable.
The 24-year-old has spent the last two seasons out on loan at Molde and Copenhagen, but he remains a popular figure with supporters of the Midlands club.
Sigurdarson’s contract at Wolves does expire this summer, but if he keeps up his current form his stay at Molineux may well be extended.