Wolves have been chastised yet again for not being good enough in the final third, but an intriguing fact about one Molineux player has emerged.

Wanderers have had a difficult start to the season, having lost four of their first five Premier League games.

Wolves were defeated again over the weekend, this time by Liverpool, who won 3-1 at Molineux.

Wolves put in a strong first-half performance and appeared to be in with a chance.

However, there was a significant drop-off in the second half, and Liverpool turned the game around.

Simply simply, Wolves must become more clinical – but this may not apply to one man in the squad right now…

Wolves sign South Korea's Hwang Hee-chan on permanent deal

An impressive statistic concerning Wolves star Hwang Hee-chan has emerged.
Hwang Hee-chan’s form has been one of the most encouraging aspects of Wolves’ difficult start to the season.
Hwang has had a really solid 2023 overall, despite struggling a little before the World Cup.

He’s looked like a big threat in the first few weeks.

And now, a quite astounding fact regarding the South Korean forward has emerged.

According to WhoScored, Hwang has the best conversion percentage of any Premier League player with five shots or more this season, with 42.9%.

With such a rate, Hwang is technically the most clinical player in the division right now. He may not be the top goal scorer, but he is the most effective at taking chances right now.

Hwang, who cost £14 million, has three Premier League goals so far, against Brighton, Crystal Palace, and Liverpool.

Hwang is currently interested in Wolves.
Hwang, who was recently commended by O’Neil, has certainly made a great start to the current campaign.

So far, he appears to be Wolves’ most likely source of a goal.

Simply put, he must be one of Gary O’Neil’s first names on the teamsheet at this time.

The Wolves may have struggled to score points. However, Hwang’s and Pedro Neto’s performances provide cause for optimism.

Hopefully, more players may learn from Hwang’s example and become more clinical in front of goal.

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