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June 23, 2019

Doc: I want to stay at Wolves for life

Matt Doherty would like to stay at Wolves for life. The Ireland international is the club’s longest-serving player and has emerged as a key performer under head coach Nuno Espirito Santo. Last season he scored eight times and added eight assists in all competitions from right wing back, when he was an ever present. Doherty, now 27, has made 252 appearances for Wolves in three divisions since his £70,000 move from Bohemians in 2010 to become one of the club’s biggest bargain signings of modern times. He signed a new four-year deal worth a reported £50,000-a-week in February to keep…