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Seyi George Olofinjana has sent out his clearest message yet that he has no intention of deserting Wolves in favour of Premiership glory with another club.

Speaking to Paul Berry at the Mail he said

"I`ve been trying for so long to get us to the Premier League and the idea is to win games and get us up there."

"If offers come in, a lot of things would have to happen for me to leave - even if it was a Premier League club.

"If it was down to money, I would have left Wolves long ago.'

With transfer fees in the region of 3m plus being bandied about, many fans are beginning to be tempted by the thought of cashing in on one of the clubs assets.

Which does a great disservice to a player who has shown, and continues to show intense loyalty to Wolves in an age when that is in short supply.









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Writer: Stuart Smith Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday May 28 2008

Time: 11:41AM

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