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June 3, 2019

Wolves man Matt Doherty opens up on his future

Long-serving Matt Doherty insists his future lies at Wolves. The Ireland international, currently preparing for Euro 2020 Group D qualifiers against Denmark and Gibraltar on Friday and Monday respectively, was recently told he could flourish at a top-six club by former England and Tottenham winger Chris Waddle. Doherty, who recently played his 250th game for Wolves, only signed a new contract in February keeping him at Molineux until 2023, which would extend his stay at Wolves to 13 years. Asked at an Ireland press conference if he is staying put, the 27-year-old said: “Yes, yes, definitely. We’ve just got a…

Jonny outlines what Wolves must do to secure top-six spot

Jonny Castro Otto has urged Wolves to improve their record against the lower-placed teams to secure a top-six position next season. Wolves took 16 points off the first six clubs in the top flight last campaign, two more than they took from the bottom six in the Premier League table. Nuno Espirito Santo’s side finished nine points behind Manchester United, who ended up in sixth place. But Jonny reckons the improvement they need is to be more ruthless against the struggling teams next term if they are to gatecrash the automatic qualifying teams for European places. “That’s the ambition,” said…