Adama Traore's contribution towards Wolverhampton Wanderers' success in the Premier League cannot be downplayed.
The forward inspired Wolves to a 3-2 dramatic comeback against defending champions Manchester City few days to the end of 2019.
Helping them complete a double on Pep Guardiola's tutored side and become the second team after Chelsea to achieve such feat.
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Traore is fast becoming one of Nuno Espirito Santo’s favorite as the Molineux Stadium outfit are eyeing another qualification to play European football next campaign.
Traore’s distinct qualities are not hard to figure out as the chap is practically an Ox on the football pitch.
His stunningly robust physique coupled with his pace makes him a pain in the neck for most defenses, with Pep Guardiola terming the Spaniard a motorcycle.
So how does the 23-year old Traore do it? How does he maintain such a rugby-like physique and still maintain the intensity and fitness required for a football match?
He was recently interviewed by La Sexta where he dismissed assumptions that he lifts weights to get his pump on.
According to Traore, his powerful physique is all generic and he is one of those referred to as fast gainers.
"My training? I don’t do weights. It’s hard to believe, but I don’t do weights. It’s genetic. I exercise, but I gain mass very quickly." he said as quoted by La Sexta.
In other words, Traore claims he can build muscle for fun without the extra effort because that is how his genes are ‘programmed’.
As far as footballers are concerned, there is a thin line between bulking and staying fit consistently.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Wolverhampton Wanderers goalkeeper Rui Patricio has insisted that his side's number one jersey still belongs to former Super Eagles star Carl Ikeme.
The England born Nigerian star was forced to hang his gloves after discovering he had leukemia in the summer of 2017.
Ikeme, as usual, was preparing for the new season with Wolves two years back but the devastating illness immediately ruled him out of every football activity.
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