Fabio Silva walks back Rangers transfer desire as he admits Wolves career over

Fabio Silva has walked back initial hopes of a Rangers permanent stay after instructing his agent to find him a move to La Liga.

The Wolves attacker acknowledges that his career at Molyneux is over and he's now on the lookout for a new club he can call home. The Portuguese, 21, had previously suggested he'd be open to a switch to Ibrox full-time but now has explained his mindset is to enjoy the sunshine and atmosphere of Spanish football even though he found his time in Glasgow enlightening.

"It's not good to always be moving countries. Rangers made me more complete," he told O Jogo. "I played in a different position, as a left winger, I scored goals, I felt good. Before that I was just I played as a nine, now I can play in all offensive positions.

"I learned to manage my emotions better. When I was 18, I left a game and wanted to see what people were saying about me on social media. Now I know when I'm doing things well or badly, I know how to be self-critical."

Pushed on what may come next, Silva was open about what he hopes for: "It's no secret that I don't want to stay at Wolverhampton. We both agree, now we have to try to find the best situation for both of us to be happy.

"I already told my agent: I want to play in Spain. I'm telling the truth, it's the destination I would like to have. I like the culture, the country, La Liga football.... I think that my style fits very well with the Spanish style."