For managers who are considering playing their second Wildcard in Fantasy Premier League, The Scout suggests targets to consider.
The Wolverhampton Wanderers winger has been a huge cut-price success this season.
Having started at just £5.0m, Traore has scored four goals and supplied seven assists.
His price rise of £0.8m is second to the £1.3m of Kevin De Bruyne (£10.8m) among midfielders in FPL.
And in terms of value, his 17.8 points per million (ppm) has been bettered only by the 18.8 ppm of Todd Cantwell (£4.9m) in midfield.
Traore’s influence on the Wolves attack has grown in recent matches.
From Gameweek 18 onwards, he has been involved in 50 per cent of their goals.
From Gameweek 27 onwards, five of Wolves’ subsequent six opponents currently sit in the bottom six places in the Premier League.
Traore is expected to recover from a knock in time to face Leicester City this Friday evening.
And his following fixtures hand the 24-year-old the chance to continue thriving as a major source of value for FPL managers.