By Dominic Toner
Nouha Dicko scored a brace for Wolves’ Under-23s on Tuesday night – and the club’s supporters praised the striker on Twitter.
The club’s Under-23s completed a 3-2 victory against Crewe in the Checkatrade Trophy.
Dicko, 24, continued his return from a long-term injury by netting two goals against Crewe and was substituted off in the 78th minute.
Youngster Bright Enobakhare scored the winning goal in the 90th minute to hand Wolves the win.
The forward has been absent for over a year after injuring his cruciate knee ligament but did feature off the bench against Norwich in the Championship on Saturday.
Wolves supporters were thrilled with Dicko’s performance on Tuesday night and are desperate for him to return fully to the first-team.
Dicko starts a game back from year injury, 2 goals in 45 mins
— simzoid (@Simzoid_) October 4, 2016
Dicko is finally back #wwfc 💥💥
— Dan (@motocross1234) October 4, 2016
Love the fact Dicko has scored 2 in the first half XD
— Matt (@Smash_Man96) October 4, 2016
— Matthew M-S (@Matt_MS_94) October 4, 2016
I'm glad Dicko is back and scoring ⚽️⚽️ @OfficialWolves
— Sam Robinson (@srobbo10) October 4, 2016
Decent to see Dicko getting 2 goals tonight, in the cup!! Be great when he's 100% fitt again, him and Bodvarsson together will be great!!
— Ryan♧ (@Ryanblan95) October 4, 2016
Can't wait to see Dicko scoring again in the championship!
— Matt Clayton (@MattClayton17) October 4, 2016
NOUHA DICKO WHAT A MAN
— james (@wynnyesta) October 4, 2016
Dicko has been a prolific striker for Wolves since his arrival in 2014 from Wigan.
The striker has made 69 appearances for the club, scoring 30 goals and supplying 12 assists.
He will hope to return to the first-choice striker under new manager Walter Zenga and help the club in their chase for a play-off position.
Wolves are currently 12th in the Championship and are five points adrift of sixth-placed Birmingham, after the first 11 games this season.
In the latest Wolves team news, the club’s supporters celebrated their senior defender signing a new four-year deal.