Kenny Jackett has told the Express and Star that Jack Price and George Saville are both becoming forces for Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Price and Saville have been Wolves’ preferred partnership in central-midfield of late and the pair have been in fine form.
The duo have complemented each other well and, although they found chances hard to come by over the early part of the campaign, they have proven their quality.
Price and Saville scored Wolves’ goals as they came from behind to claim a victory against Milton Keynes Dons last night.
And Jackett said: “Saville does continue to grow, as does Price. They're a good age with good enthusiasm and good legs.
"They just have to follow that up with confidence at this level. Once they do that they'll be a force."
Price, in particular, has impressed in recent weeks - with his performances surpassing all expectations.
The 23-year-old has dictated the pace of the match, and he has quickly become a key part of Wolves’ first-team.
Saville has also begun to show his talent, and he seems to have discovered a happy knack of finding the back of the net.
The former Chelsea man has scored three times in his last seven matches, and he looks set for an extended run of games between now and the end of the season.