Hwang Hee-chan, “Sighing after Re-signing,” opened his mouth… “Thank you for accompanying Wolverhampton, there is no way to express it.”

Hwang Hee-chan expressed his feelings about renewing his contract on his social media account on the 23rd (Korea Standard Time). “There is no way to express how grateful I am to be with Wolverhampton,” Hwang said in English. “I am grateful to all my team members, staff, and most of all, my fans and family. I will do my best in every game.”

“Thanks to your support, I have renewed my contract with Wolverhampton. Thank you to the fans for your support. I will continue to be responsible and show better performances with my team members.” Hwang Hee-chan extended his contract with Wolverhampton the previous day (22nd).

With this new contract, Hwang will be accompanied by Wolverhampton until 2028. An additional one-year option clause is also included in the contract. The original contract period was until the summer of 2026. Hwang, who transferred to Wolverhampton on loan in August 2021 when he was in Leipzig, Germany, but due to his better-than-expected performance, he fully transferred early in the following year.

Hwang Hee-chan’s career at Wolverhampton was on the upswing despite a lackluster time due to muscle injury. He is also enjoying his prime as he shot “career high” this season. He has nine goals and two assists in 19 official matches during the 2023-2024 season. If the EPL-only range is set, he has eight goals and two assists.

Announcing the renewal of his contract with Hwang Hee-chan, Wolverhampton said, “Hwang Hee-chan, the South Korean national team player, first wore the Wolverhampton jersey on loan in 2021. And he currently has nine goals (for all games) before Christmas under coach Gary O’Neill. He is enjoying the best season ever.”

“After scoring his debut goal against Watford (Wolverhampton) two years ago, Hwang has been demonstrating his ruthlessness in front of goal. Only five players have scored more goals in the EPL than Hwang in this season. He has been playing well with Pedro Neto and Matheus Cunha in his team.”

His praise for Hwang continued. “His equalizer was brilliant against ‘defending champion’ Manchester City and Newcastle. He also scored six consecutive goals at home, matching John Richards. He is also the first player to score six goals in 10 matches since the opening of the season 50 years ago,” Wolverhampton said.

Wolverhampton Sports Director Matt Hobbs said, “Hwang gave everything for the club. Fans are also grateful that he plays an important role under O’Neill. He is well worthwhile both on and off the field.”
On the day of his contract, Hwang Hee-chan said, “I am happy to stay longer at Wolverhampton. I want to say thank you to my teammates, staff, family and fans. I am so happy. I am enjoying life and soccer here. I am ready to give everything from now on.”

“The nine goals (that I scored this season) of course make me happy. However, I want to express my gratitude to my teammates, the coaching staff, and my family members first. It is something that I can never do alone. I also learned a lot from the coaching staff. That is why I want to play for the team. I will do my best to be a player who can help the team,” he said.

In addition, he added, “I will not be satisfied with the new contract. Sometimes, I talk with my players about ‘big ambitions’. I feel a responsibility to bring more wins. I am ready to fight for my team.” 사설 토토사이트

It is certain that re-signing will motivate Hwang. “I don’t want to stop there. I want to rise to the highest level possible,” he said. His teammates also mentioned that. “They mean more than ‘team members’. They are good friends and brothers. We play on the field for each other. I help my teammates and they help me. It makes us stronger,” he said. “I want to introduce more Korean culture if I can. Players welcome this, too.”

Looking back on the time he had spent at Wolverhampton, he said, “I had a good start after the transfer. I also scored a lot of points. However, I also had a hard time getting injured. However, I always tried to enjoy playing in the Premier League as my dream was to play,” adding, “Language is also an important part for me as a foreign player. I’m learning well, but I’m still not good enough. I’m trying my best in everything, however. I need to speak better English to spend more time with my team members. I need to at least communicate well with my fans.”

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