midfielder eyes permanent switch

New signing Guedioura vows to make Wolves impact

January 26, 2010
By Soccernet staff

Wolves new signing Adlene Guedioura has vowed to make an impact in the Premier League after completing his move from RSC Charlerois and earn a permanent move.

The French midfielder has initially moved to Molineux on loan with a view to making a permanent switch in the summer.

Guedioura has linked up with his Belgian club-mate Geoffrey Mujangi Bia who joined Wolves before the weekend and made his debut as a substitute in the FA Cup clash with Crystal Palace.

Mick McCarthy's latest acquisition said: "This is a good opportunity for me and I want to prove that Wolves have made the right decision in signing me.

"Since I came over at the weekend, everyone has been really good to me and, now I have signed, I want to repay everyone on the pitch.

"It's a really good challenge. Coming up against the big teams will be difficult but I would like to think I can play well against them. I've watched the Premier League on television so many times, right from when I was young to now.

"It's been a dream of mine to play here and now hopefully the dream will come true. I hope I can show the club and the supporters that I can play here and make an impact.

"My style is to try and get about the pitch and be competitive. I also like to play football when I can as well.''

Guedioura is relishing linking up again with Mujangi ahead of tonight's clash with Liverpool at Molineux.

He said: "It's the first time I've played in England and so it's good for me to have Geoffrey here who I know from Charleroi.

"We got on well there and it's good that we have both moved to the same club. Hopefully we will both show it is a good move and help Wolves win some matches.''

Guedioura added: "For the moment I am here for six months. But I hope I can show the manager and the club that I am good enough to stay for longer and get the permanent deal.

"I feel really good at the moment and fit and ready. I am ready to play whenever I am asked but obviously it is up to the manager to decide when that is.''