According to the Express and Star, Wolves loanee Andreas Weimann is more than enjoying his time at the club but doesn’t know what his next step will be in football.

Striker Weimann signed for Wolves on loan from fellow Sky Bet Championship side Derby County during the January transfer window, and has gone on to make 14 appearances for his current side, scoring two goals and setting up two assists in the Championship.

The 25-year-old Austrian, who came to England and Aston Villa’s Under-19 side from Rapid Vienna in 2007, has 35 goals in English football, 58 if you count Under-23 appearances, with 17 of these being scored in the Premier League.

Whilst loving his time at the club, 14-cap Austrian international Weimann says that he has no idea what the next step in his career holds for him. Of his future he told the Express and Star: “I don’t know, to be honest. “I’ve not spoken to anyone at Wolverhampton yet and I’ve not spoke to anyone at Derby. I don’t know when that’s going to happen – it’s got to be soon!”

Speaking of his time at Wolves, the Austrian striker said: “I’m enjoying it. I’m getting back to my match sharpness which I’ve clearly been missing for the past couple of seasons. Maybe also getting my chance through the middle helps, which I always say is my best position. I’ve always said, I can do a job on the wing but my best position is as a striker, that’s where I want to play. But if I’m on the wing I’m happy there as well.”

Weimann also pointed out the importance that wins have when bolstering a side’s confidence: “If you’re winning games everyone starts playing better. The last month has been good with the five wins…we needed them as well. We’re going into games thinking we’re going to score, whereas maybe in the losing run we were wondering where the goals were going to come from.”

15th-placed Wolves face a hard game today against Brighton and Hove Albion, for whom a win, coupled with a loss for Huddersfield would mean that the Seagulls would be promoted to the Premier League.

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