Chelsea. Costa returned to Stamford Bridge with Wolves following his move to the Molineux side in September. The 34-year-old made the switch after terminating his contract with Atletico Mineiro earlier this year.
The then free-agent attracted interest from Arsenal and West Ham, but a move never materialised. And the hardman admitted he was petrified when he filmed a bizarre announcement video with Wolves that saw him holding TWO WOLVES. ALSO READ: Wolves fear move for ex-Chelsea nutter Diego Costa could collapse over work permitThe striker's second game back in the Premier League saw him get re-acquainted with the Chelsea faithful who he built a bond with during his four-year stint in West London from 2014 to 2018.
The Spanish attacker's return was cut short early in the second half as Wolves trailed 2-0 to the Blues following goals from Kai Havertz and Christian Pulisic.Wolves' interim manager Steve Davis chose to haul Costa off in an attempt to try and salvage something from the game, but Costa decided to steal the show by slowly trudging around the pitch to the opposite side of the stadium where the dugout awaited. Do you think Diego Costa can still make a big impact at Wolves this season?
Let us know in the comments belowAnd his slow walk prompted Blues fans to rise to their feet and applaud their former hero, a gesture which he gladly returned.Costa even shook hands with some of the Chelsea crowd who witnessed him score 59 goals in 120 games across all competitions before he left to join Atletico Madrid.Read more on dailystar.co.uk