Hwang has been in red hot form for Wolves since joining on a season-long loan deal from RB Leipzig in the summer, scoring four goals from six Premier League appearances.


However, the South Korea international is determined to keep improving as he attempts to become one of the best players in the world and feels he can learn a lot from Tottenham star Son.



Hwang, who has shared the dressing room with Son in the South Korea national team, explained that he can learn a lot from the 29-year-old, with hard work topping the list.


Explaining how he can learn a lot from Son, Hwang also revealed that Wolves boss Bruno Lage has advised him to keep working hard every day to become a better player.



I can learn a lot from watching Son, and the first thing is hard work“, Hwang told the Daily Telegraph.


It’s what the manager tells me, to work consistently every day, and that’s what I need to become one of the best players.



The goal of every player is to become one of the best and that will never waver for me.


Having made a bright start to his time with Wolves, Hwang will be looking to keep the momentum going and establish himself as a key player for the team.