Electric Potential drop in wires

Electric potential is related to Electric Field by negative integral of Field with distance.If charges move away from the positive terminal (Assuming conventional flow) why is there no drop in electric potential even though the charges are moving in the direction of electric field?

Some of the answers I read for the similar question said that the electrons in wires rearrange themselves in a way to make the electric field uniform in the wire.However,this doesn’t explain the absence of potential drop in the wires (due to electric field) since the field is still there.

• You mentioned that the wires that are used in circuit diagram are assumed to have $0$ resistance no potential drop (equipotential). What if the wire was assumed to just have 0 resistance. But there is electric field in it (potential drops in the direction of the field)? Does the potential energy of the charge decrease as it moves along the wire? – Inquisitive Jul 18 '20 at 4:30