Jed Wallace admits his frustrations at Wolverhampton Wanderers move

Jed Wallace joined Wolverhampton Wanderers from Portsmouth last summer.

Jed Wallace has admitted that his move to Wolverhampton Wanderers has been frustrating so far to

Wallace made the switch from Portsmouth to Wolves last summer, but he has failed to make much of an impact at Molineux.

Wallace was given a run of matches when he first arrived at Wolves, but after making a slow start he dropped out of contention, and was shipped out on loan to League One side Millwall.

The attacking midfielder’s form has been much more impressive at the Den, but he insists that he still wants to fight for a place back at Wolves when he does return.

“Wolves was frustrating for me, but I wouldn’t say it’s a closed door,” Wallace said. “There’s a big expectation there, as there is here.

“I think I’ll still have an effect there down the line, maybe six, 12 or 18 months. I still like to think that.

“Obviously I’ve come here and it’s worked really well for me. It’s a similar crowd to Portsmouth. I’ve really enjoyed it here.”

Wolves fans have called for Kenny Jackett to recall Wallace in recent times, but the manager has ruled out that possibility already (Express and Star).

The 21-year-old is expected to remain with the Lions until April, when his current loan deal expires.

Wallace has already become a key part of Millwall’s line up, and he has played seven times for Neil Harris’ men so far.

Wolves, meanwhile, have continued to struggle in Wallace’s absence, and they looked destined to finish in mid table this season.

Jackett’s side are currently in 13th place in the Championship table, and they have failed to win any of their last six matches.

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