“I have two references, they are Moutinho and Neves, and I can’t wait to learn a lot from them, it’s a pleasure,” said Vitinha.
“I know here at Wolves there are a lot of Portuguese and I’m excited.
“I can’t wait to talk to them and join them.
” I am very excited. I can’t wait to show all Wolves fans and football fans what I am capable of and help the team.
“I think that at this stage of my career, I am young and this context suits me perfectly.
“This club, this project and playing in the best league in the world is a dream come true.
“It sounds like a cliché, but it really is a dream and I can’t wait to get started.”
Vitinha’s move was greeted by Wolves president Jeff Shi, who described the Portuguese Under-21 player as “integral” to their transfer window plans.
He made his senior breakthrough with Porto earlier this year and besides having played five times for Portugal’s Under-21s, he has represented them at the Under-17, 18 and 19 levels.
On the qualities he will bring to Wolves, Vitinha – who could make her debut in the Premier League opener at Sheffield United on Monday night – said: “I don’t like to talk much about myself, I prefer to show , but I ‘I’m a talented player with a lot of technique and in other areas I don’t quit.
“I am very resilient and at the very first opportunity I will show my full potential.”
He added: “To all Wolves fans, I’m just here to say that I’m one more to help the team and once I get opportunities I’ll show my full potential and give the best of me. yourself, you can count on. “