This is why Wolves fans are booing Man Utd star Daniel James
Daniel James is public enemy number one at Molineux as Wolves take on Manchester United.
The Welsh winger appeared to take an unnecessary tumble during the opening minutes which prompted the home crowd to target him.
He was later booked for simulation, angering Wolves fans further. James has been handed his first competitive start by United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
He came off the bench in their opening win over Chelsea and netted United’s fourth.
That cameo earned him a place in the team, but he now has to face plenty of abuse to come from the Molineux crowd.
James is only beginning his second season as a professional footballer having soared to stardom last term.
A January transfer to Leeds collapsed before United pounced in the summer.
He, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Harry Maguire are all homegrown players who have the potential to improve.
Something United will require if they are to return to the Champions League and begin challenging again.
Explaining why he included James in his starting XI to face Wolves, Solskjaer said: “Dan has been impressive all pre-season, ever since he came in to club.
“We feel like tonight might be a game for him. His X-factor, pace getting in behind, stretching Wolves a bit.”