By Harvey Byrne
Ivan Cavaleiro has been handed a start in Wolves’ Championship match against Derby on Saturday afternoon and fans have expressed their joy on Twitter at at the attacker’s inclusion.
Attacking midfielder Jed Wallace has dropped out of the Wolves line-up to the bench to make way for Cavaleiro for the clash at the Molineux Stadium.
Interim manager Rob Edwards has made four changes to his side following last weekend’s 1-1 draw against Blackburn.
Cavaleiro has come in for Wallace, while Andy Lonergan, Dominic Iorfa and Joao Teixeira have also come into the starting eleven for Carl Ikeme, Kortney Hause and Romain Saiss.
— Wolves (@OfficialWolves) November 5, 2016
Wolves fans were particularly happy with the inclusion of Cavaleiro on social media, as they look to put an end to a recent poor run.
Here are a selection of their messages on Twitter:
— Patrick Gleeson (@PattyGlee) November 5, 2016
Cavaleiro finally gets the start. A win is a must today
— 瑞安黄油 (@Ryan_Buttery) November 5, 2016
Big chance for Cavaleiro. Looked good every time he's come off the bench. Chance to prove he's a £7m player from the start today.
— Johnny Gallagher (@Johnny_G2012) November 5, 2016
Cavaleiro getting a start, fantastic.👍😊 #WWFC
— Kevin Astley (@kevtheman10) November 5, 2016
Costa, Teixeira and Cavaleiro all starting. pic.twitter.com/sCbTbeK6Ip
— Wolves Fancast (@WWFCFancast) November 5, 2016
About time Cavaleiro and Costa starting together 👏🏻 come on me babbies #wwfc
— Peggyy (@_TomPegg) November 5, 2016
Cavaleiro, 23, completed a £7million transfer to Wolves from French side Monaco in the summer.
He has made 10 appearances for the club this season, but has returned with just one goal and one assist after joining with much anticipation.
The two Midlands clubs are currently separated by just two places in the league by goal difference.
They have both already made managerial changes after poor starts to the season, with both now eager to move up the league table.
In other Wolves news, a BBC journalist has provided an update on the club’s managerial hunt.