WOlves boss Bruno Lage refused to put pressure on Hwang-Hee Chan and insisted the forward must dream of his scoring rivals.
The South Korean star scored a debut goal to help beat Watford 2-0 last weekend and secure Wolves’ first Premier League win of the season.
Lage was reluctant to compare Hwang to his South Korean international teammate Son Heung-min, who has scored 109 goals for Tottenham, and wants him to always think about his rivals for a starting spot.
“Son has already proven to Tottenham that he is a great player. Hwang has done very well in Austria and he hasn’t had a lot of chances in Germany and now he has started very well with us,” a- he said ahead of Saturday’s visit. Brentford.
“He only played 30 minutes, so in the same way, I don’t want to put pressure on anyone.
“I want to train the way we want to play, with a high pace, and he is one more player to help us.
“I’m very happy to have four players to play there (up front). That’s the goal, to have the best players. In this position, when they go to sleep, they dream of what the other guys in training and the games. “
Hwang – on loan from RB Leipzig with Wolves holding a £ 13million call option – is pushing to start, but Jonny (knee) and Pedro Neto (knee) remain out for Lage with Neto not expected before the new Year.
Wolves lost their first three games 1-0 despite 57 attempts on goal, but Lage insisted the mood around Molineux remains the same regardless of the results.
He said: “I don’t see too much of a difference. Confidence comes in two ways. One is the result and the other is the way we work, the way we play and the chances we create.
“When we win it’s not all good and when we lose it’s not all wrong. It should be the balance between the two.
“From day one, I’ve seen everyone try to work hard to improve themselves. That’s why the environment has been nice during these three months.”