McCarthy in no rush
The media might be in a rush to link us with over half a dozen players already over the summer, but McCarthy is in no rush to splash the cash.
It has been suggested that Wolves could raid the relegated sides for their star players, a tactic which has been used by teams in the past.
Relegated sides are often looking to off load a number of players in a bid to balance the books, while buying clubs are also keen as the players have experience of Premier League football.
Players such as Portsmouth`s Aruna Dindane, Tommy Smith and Richard Hughes have been linked by the Express & Star as possible targets along with Burnley trio Danny Fox, Wade Elliott and Andre Bikey. While Hull duo Stephen Hunt and Kamil Zayatte have been linked by the Mirror.
But whether any of the rumours are true or not, McCarthy has stated that he is in no rush to begin building the squad ready for another season in the Premier League.
'The targets that we've got, we'll try and get, but I'm not in any panic to do it,' McCarthy told the BBC.
He added: 'We've got a team that's survived with two games to go and they've got valuable experience this season.'
Vital Wolves Comment: Where do you think we need to strengthen?
Personally I think we need goals, whether that is via another striker to partner Doyle or a midfielder who can help create more chances I'm not fussed!
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