"I had come through from age 10 at Manchester United and I have to remember the football values they taught me. So every time I put on another shirt - even though it's not Manchester United's - I have to keep those high standards.
"I do try. And my dad, Martin, reminds me all the time about that statement.
"I am still improving. I still don't think Wolves have seen the best of me yet . I'm gradually getting better with each game and hopefully I can show I am a top-quality player."