Former Super Eagles goalkeeper Carl Ikeme remains optimistic that Wolverhampton Wanderers have potential for growth after seeing the team draw 1-1 against Tottenham Hotspur in the English Premier League.
The former Wolves goalkeeper agreed that the team has yet to do their best this season, but still took some time to acknowledge the contributions of its forwards during the game that featured Spurs goalkeeper Hugo. Lloris, to make fantastic stops.
Tanguy Ndombele gave the visitors the lead in the 5th minute, while Romain Saiss leveled for the Wolves with four minutes remaining.
“I enjoyed the football we played tonight, it honestly deserved the 3 points. There are some really exciting players at the top with podence / Neto / silva. Although we have not seen the best, I am very excited to see them grow and improve ?◼ ”, Ikeme tweeted after the match.
The Wolves, who are 11th in the table with 21 points from 15 games, will face Manchester United in their next game on Sunday.
Ikeme, a former Wolves goalkeeper whose career was cut off as a result of acute leukemia, regretted two losses two points to José Mourinho’s men.