Decision time on Wolves trio
37-year-old Marcus Hahnemann looks set to sign a new contract at Molineux. The shot stopper and Wolves have held talks and the American appears confident something will be agreed soon.
"I`d love to be here next season. I want to stay and the club are hoping to keep me here, so hopefully everything will be done soon.' Marcus Hahnemann told the Express & Star.
He added: "I`ve spoken to the manager on a number of occasions about staying here and we`re both singing from the same hymn sheet, so I can`t see there being too much of a problem when it comes to thrashing out a new deal.
The news of course will only add to speculation regarding Wayne Hennessey, who will obviously not be happy to play second fiddle for a second season.
Another man in contract talks is Jody Craddock, the 35-year-old defender's current deal ends during the summer.
Craddock has surprised many this season and has already made more appearances than last seasons title winning Championship season.
Vital Wolves Comment: No brainer on Hahnemann, but personally, I think Craddock may have to wait and see which division we will be in next season before agreeing a new deal.
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