Date:Thursday March 10 2011
Those of you hoping for another spending spree at Molineux are likely to be disappointed, other than O`Hara from Tottenham, the chequebook could mainly be staying shut this summer.
As long as we can secure our Premier League status, Jamie O`Hara's proposed move from Spurs to Wolves for around £ 5million should just be a formality.
O'Hara is likely to become our third biggest transfer signing, following in behind the £7million paid for Steven Fletcher in June 2010 and the £6.5million for Kevin Doyle in June 2009.
Overall, since our promotion to the Premier League we have forked out well in excess of £30 million on transfer fees alone.
Despite the big spending by Morgan, Moxey and McCarthy, some supporters want to see more being spent, oblivious to the reality of financial mismanagement at other clubs around the country.
"It`s made a difference that we`ve been able to bring players in quickly in the last few summers, but I`m not so sure whether that would happen this year," our Mick told Express & Star.
The fact is, we spent big to try and establish ourselves in the division, we had to have a big turnover of players to get the strength in depth and now we have that in place, we need to improve at a slower pace, shifting out one or two faces before bringing new blood in.
Vital Wolves Comment: Another area of the transfer policy which has been pleasing is the fact that we have moved for a lot of players who will only get better.
Many teams down the bottom of the Premier League go for just experience and while I've cried out for some to be added to our squad, other sides miss out on the balance and just sign players who drift from one relegated club to another in the twilight of their careers.
We've moved for players who will develop in time and that can also only be a good thing.
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Date:Thursday March 10 2011
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