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Wolves felt undermined by the officials following a third straight league defeat but another electric performance should raise few questions about their direction of travel under Bruno Lage. Unsurprisingly, Adama Traoré was at the centre of their front-foot display, repeatedly making a mockery of the price tags attached to the Manchester United defence and setting up a couple of golden openings. Wolves are in the relegation zone after three matches but it is hard to see them staying there. Traoré, Trincão and Raúl Jiménez caused no end of problems, before Daniel Podence arrived off the bench to provide further ammunition. Traoré is wanted by Tottenham before Tuesday’s transfer deadline but Lage was bullish when asked whether the winger would be staying put. “Adama’s future is not a question for me,” said the Wolves manager. “I see a player every day happy and working hard. I’m very happy with him.” Ben Fisher

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