Wolves management give answers to Paddytheflea
In a previous article yesterday I asked the Wolves management if the signing of Adam Hammill meant that Matt Jarvis was going to be sold and/or there are no hope that Michael Kightly will make his comeback this season.
Now I’ve got the answers from McCarthy and Jez Moxey (Express&Star). Mick:
“When I spoke to Adam and his agent, I said to him ‘I hope he realises we’ve got two terrific wingers and neither of them are going anywhere. Adam’s opinion was he was coming to take one of their places and he wants to demote one of them to the bench. He’s confident in his ability because he’s got loads of it.”
And Jez Moxey fills in:
“We’re all trying our utmost to secure our Premier League future so we will need Matt and Stephen Hunt to play a huge part in helping us secure our objective, but Adam’s arrival gives Mick more options for the remainder of the season. One thing is for certain, we have no plans to sell any of our star players – nothing is more important than staying in the Premier League and we remain very optimistic that if the current team stays fit and healthy, then we have every chance of achieving that objective come May.”
“As for Michael, he is continuing to progress well in his rehabilitation and we’re all hopeful of him pulling on a Wolves shirt again in the not-too-distant future.”
It is also revealed that Dave Edward is ruled out tomorrow because of illness.
I am relieved. Thank you for giving me such a swift answer to my question yesterday. Then it’s really a strengthening of the team and Mick McCarthy also mentioned that Hammill will get his chance to show what he can do already tomorrow against the club he was brought up playing in.
I look forward to the game and to see Hammill in action. And Jarvo and Hunty too. And I believe that we have a very good chance to take three points against the former giants Liverpool at the Golden Palace tomorrow.
Long live Wolves and the 3M!