Milijas happy at Wolves

But the midfielder insists he is keen to hold down a more regular role at the Molineux.

“It is only logical that I hope to have more playing time this season,” the 28-year-old told Sportske.

“This is my third year in England and now I feel that I have adapted to the style of play. I also believe that I have given my best in every game I have played.

“My performances have been good, and that is not just my opinion but that of many respected individuals. Because of this, I am hoping to become an important part of the starting XI.

“I am happy at Wolves and I don’t believe I made a mistake in moving here.

“I heard someone say that I could be playing a more important role in Spain, but I don’t regret anything.

“There is still a lot of time left in my career and maybe one day I will play in Spain. Then we will be able to see which country suits me more.”