Wolverhampton Wanderers should sign Leo Bonatini permanently, after striker confirms he wants to stay

Leo Bonatini (L) of Wolverhampton Wanderers is challenged by Aden Flint during the Sky Bet Championship match between Wolverhampton and Bristol City at Molineux on September 12, 2017 in...

Leo Bonatini has claimed four goals and four assists in his first 11 appearances for Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Leo Bonatini of Wolverhampton Wanderers celebrates with team mates after scoring the first goal during the Sky Bet Championship match between Wolverhampton and Bristol City at Molineux on...

Leo Bonatini has told Sky Sports that he wants to stay at Wolverhampton Wanderers, and Nuno should now make sure that the Brazilian does indeed sign at Molineux permanently.

Bonatani has signed on loan at Wolves from Al-Hilal, and the 23-year-old has been hugely impressive so far.

Bonatani possesses a great amount of skill, and his link-up play has been crucial to Wolves’ success.

Leo Bonatini (L) of Wolverhampton Wanderers is challenged by Aden Flint during the Sky Bet Championship match between Wolverhampton and Bristol City at Molineux on September 12, 2017 in...

Bonatini has also scored four goals in his first 11 Championship appearances, and if he keeps that strike rate up then he will enjoy a hugely impressive first season in English football.

The forward seems to thrive off the physical nature of the second tier, and he has taken no time to adjust to a new league.

Estoril's forward Leo Bonatini during the match between SL Benfica and Estoril Praia at Estadio da Luz on August 16, 2015 in Lisbon, Portugal.

Wolves should no longer have to think twice about signing Bonatini permanently, as he looks to have a very bright future.

And if there is a possibility to snap him up in January, then Nuno should do everything within his power to get the striker tied down to a permanent deal as soon as possible.

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