Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Nuno Espirito Santo indicated that the team has been fully behind making Patrick Cutrone comfortable in England as he adapts to life away from Italy, Express and Star reported.
Cutrone joined Wolves in the summer from AC Milan in a £16million deal and according to Nuno, the Italian has been doing exceptionally well despite not being in his comfort zone.
The 21-year-old has managed to score two goals for the side from 19 competitive appearances and the manager believes that his team is giving the youngster all the support he needs going forward.
“We try (to help them adapt), we try, we have a department at the club that takes care of whatever they might need," he said.
“In terms of house and health. The big help in the support they have is from the rest of the squad. The squad is fantastic with all the players that arrive.
“The newcomers are accepted and I’m sure Patrick has a lot of help from his team-mates.”
Cutrone will make his return to the Premier League after being on international duty with Italy's U21 team where he scored a brace in the side's 3-0 victory against Iceland.
Speaking in an interview with Italian publication TMW, Cuntrone said he is feeling confident ahead of the weekend's game against Bournemouth and is ready to show up for his team.
“I am in good shape physically and always train to the max. I try to always be ready when called upon, whether it’s to start or off the bench," the Italian said.
“Both I and the coach (Nuno) know it takes time to settle in and adapt to the Premier League. I am doing that, getting into the philosophy of the team and I get along with everybody.”