Craddock may retire at the end of the season
Jody Craddock has hinted that this season could be his last.
The 36-year-old is out of contract at the end of the current season and will turn 37 before the beginning of the 2012/13 season kicks off.
The defender would like to go into his tenth season at Molineux, however if he isn't offered a new deal, he is likely to retire as he believes he is now to old to begin a new challenge.
"I will be at Wolves or I won`t play any more. If I had left Wolves earlier I`d have been looking to move down the divisions to carry on playing.' Craddock told the Express & Star.
He concluded: "It was never a problem for me because I`ve been there before but, at the age I am now, I don`t think that would be the case anymore."
Vital Wolves Comment: Throwing sentiment out of the window, would you offer Craddock another year at Molineux or do you think it's time for him to hang up his boots?
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