When Wolverhampton Wanderers decided to throw €50m at Atlético Madrid for Matheus Cunha, a few eyebrows were raised.

After all, the Brazilian had never managed to hit the ground running in Spain, and certainly hadn’t amazed everyone during his initial loan at the Molineux, but the club decided to pull the trigger regardless.

They clearly saw something in the 24-year-old, and Estadio Deportivo have an article on his rise at Wolves and how he is now becoming ‘profitable’ for them without finding the back of the net regularly.

He has scored a total of four goals in 33 appearances for the Premier League club, but it’s through his dribbling that he has caused chaos against his opposition.

It’s pointed out that ‘it is rare that an attacking move by the club does not go through him’, and is one of the most complete dribblers in the Premier League, tied with the likes of Jérémy Doku and Eberechi Eze for the number of successfully completed dribbles.

His assists have also made him a big part of the team, and his defensive contribution cannot be overlooked, which is why everything he offers makes him ‘essential’.

After leaving Atlético Madrid ‘through the back door’, he has now found himself at Wolves, who will be glad to have paid the €50m.