Wolves captain Karl Henry believes that the long-term futures of Kevin Doyle, Matt Jarvis and Wayne Hennessey lie at Molineux.
With Wolves now preparing for a third consecutive season in the Premier League, Henry believes that the club will be far more interested in pursuing new signings than in cashing in on their existing stars. “It’s
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“Since I’ve been here, this club haven’t been in the habit of selling their best players. We’re not a feeder club for anyone. We’re a club with ambition and the chairman has big ideas. He will be looking to buy more players like Jarvis rather than sell them.”
Henry, who has himself been linked with newly promoted Queens Park Rangers, signed an extended four year deal with the Midlanders in January; it is expected that he will continue to lead out Wolves next season as they bid to avoid a third season fraught with worries of relegation.