Borussia Dortmund coach Edin Terzic has sung the praises of Marius Wolf ahead of tomorrow's Bundesliga clash with RB Leipzig.
|Marius Wolf.||Photo: Lukas Mengeler, CC BY-SA 4.0|
Wolf has cemented his place in the starting line-up in recent weeks, starting BVB's last three games on the right side of defense.
Speaking at a press conference today, Terzic indicated that the 27-year-old will retain his starting spot tomorrow night.
"Marius has not had an easy time. But since January he has blossomed, even if he plays a somewhat unfamiliar role. But physically, running-wise, and especially technically, he's currently helping us a lot from the right-back position."
Meanwhile, Julian Ryerson has recovered from an eye injury and is in contention to start at left-back in place of Raphael Guerreiro.
"Julian Ryerson is coming back. He's been in team training since the beginning of the week and will be back," said Terzic.
On the injury front, Mateu Morey, Julien Duranville and Karim Adeyemi are all "making clear steps forward," Terzic said.
"Adeyemi will start training with the ball next week. Morey and Duranville have already completed parts of the team's training.