Wolverhampton Wanderers defender Hugo Bueno has committed his future to the club by signing a new long-term contract until the end of the 2027-28 season.
The 21-year-old Spaniard, primarily a left-sided player, faced uncertainty about his first-team prospects over a year ago. However, the interim appointment of Steve Davis marked a turning point for Bueno, who seized the opportunity and made a significant impact in his Premier League debut, contributing with an assist.
Despite facing challenges such as injuries and competition from Rayan Ait-Nouri, Bueno has made 19 starts and 11 substitute appearances across all competitions. The club’s decision to extend his contract reflects their confidence in the player’s potential and dedication.
Expressing his joy about the new deal, Bueno acknowledged the club’s support and expressed gratitude for the chance to play professionally in the Premier League. Sporting director Matt Hobbs highlighted Bueno’s remarkable journey, evolving from a 16-year-old number 10 to an established Premier League player in a different position.
As Wolves prepare for their upcoming Premier League fixture against Fulham on November 27, Bueno aims to continue contributing to the team’s success.