Why Dicko would be a fool to leave Wolves

Wolves' Nouha Dicko in action with QPR's Jack Robinson

With rumours surrounding the future of Nouha Dicko, it's important to realise why he would be foolish to leave Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Ever since Nouha Dicko's return from injury, fans and pundits alike have been wondering why the 24-year-old has not been hitting the heights that we were used to seeing prior to his time on the sidelines. Regardless, Wolverhampton Wanderers are reportedly gaining interest from a number of different clubs when it comes to acquiring his services, according to HITC Sources.

Right now is a critical point not just in this season, but in the recent history of Wolves as a football club. They are on the verge of a fantastic run of form with a new manager and wealthy owners leading the way, in addition to having one of the most naturally talented squads in the Championship.

Wolves manager Paul LambertWolves manager Paul Lambert

Form is temporary, but class is permanent as the saying goes. Nouha Dicko is just starting to find his feet again and it's no surprise that it's taking so long, because the forward was away from action for nearly a year. That can do some serious damage both physically and mentally to someone's confidence, and Dicko is not exempt from that. His performances from 2014/15 seem a long way off but he is still a young player.

Wolves as a club have been responsible for putting Nouha on the map. The former Blackpool and Wigan man has put in some truly sensational performances for the Midlands side, and he needs to repay them with loyalty. The only way is up for the Molineux faithful, and Dicko could be a huge part of that - it just takes time.

Wolves' Nouha Dicko in action with QPR's Jack RobinsonWolves' Nouha Dicko in action with QPR's Jack Robinson

As reported by us here at HITC Sport, the interest in Dicko is coming from all over Europe. Going abroad to Turkey, France or even switching to another English club is not the answer to his problems. Dicko knows how things work at Wolves and under Paul Lambert he could easily re-discover the form that made him a household name in the second tier.

Wolverhampton Wanderers' Nouha Dicko in action with Hull City's Isaac HaydenWolverhampton Wanderers' Nouha Dicko in action with Isaac Hayden

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