Nathan Collins says he feels settled at Wolves already

Nathan Collins says he feels settled at Wolves already

WOLVES NEW IRISH player Nathan Collins has revealed why he made to to Wolves from Burnley this summer.  

Despite not become an regular for Burnley, Wolves decided to spend £20m on the Kildare native.  

At the tender age of 21-years-old Collins has been backed to become a star his club and country.  

Speaking to Express & Star, the Irish international gave his reasons for moving to the Molineux Stadium 

LODZ, POLAND - JUNE 14: Nathan Collins of Republic of Ireland (Photo by PressFocus/MB Media/Getty Images)

My agent called me at six in the morning and said ‘get yourself down to Wolverhampton, you have a medical’. I was half asleep and didn’t know where I was, and straight away I was on my way," Collins said

He said ‘just be prepared, you might travel to Spain’. I had the smallest bag ever packed and next thing I knew I was on a flight with the lads...

I didn’t have much time at Burnley. I only had two days’ training and then I came here and was full on from the start, which I enjoyed.

Collins admits that he has settled in already with Bruno Lage's side

"I feel good now for it. Coming into the group was easy. I was happy that the deal got done before they came here. It made it easier for me to settle in with the lads full on, he added."

I feel settled here, it’s a good group and I’m looking forward to getting going now...

The interest. They wanted me. But I’ve played against them multiple times, I’ve seen the style of play, I’ve seen the players that are here and I’ve seen the ambitions.

I think it’s a good step for my career and I think they wanted me from the start.

They’ve been interested for a while and I feel wanted. So I thought it would be a good match.