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Henry denies possible QPR move

Henry denies possible QPR move

Karl Henry has denied reports linking him with a move to Queens Park Rangers.

The 29-year-old has seen the recent additions to the squad in the form of Eggert Jonsson and Emmanuel Frimpong and that has only helped to add fuel to the fire regarding a possible departure for Henry.

But the combative midfielder is happy at Wolves and will continue to battle for his place in the side after making 20 appearances so far this season.

'I've got to the stage where I'm happy here, I want to stay in this league and I'll continue to do what I do to the best of my ability,' Henry told Sky Sports.

Henry was close to a move to QPR before he joined Wolves from Stoke, but revealed that he hadn't heard the more recent link.

He continued: 'As regards the link with QPR, that's the first I've heard of that.

'The last time I was linked with QPR was before I signed here. I had a medical there and agreed a contract with them and nearly signed for them.

'But I came to Wolves, I'm still very happy here still. It's news to me.'

Vital Wolves Comment: Henry and Joey Barton in the same side?

Now that would be interesting.

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Writer:Akela
Date:Wednesday January 4 2012
Time: 11:17AM

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Finally, some good news! Sorry KH fans, I couldn't resist.
all4divisions
04/01/2012 11:24:00
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I can only say it as I see it and if I'm honest.........I think we look weak in midfield when he's not playing. I know he makes mistakes but none of the other CM's get stuck in like he does. Would I replace him if the right player came along, yes, but for know I think he's the best of a bad bunch in what he is employed to do. I still believe that a half decent Coach could sort out our problems and get this bunch of players playing better. This of course is only my personal opinion.
Rustmonkey
04/01/2012 12:23:00
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It's mine too, Rustmonkey.
Southbank60
04/01/2012 12:25:00
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I thought Henry played reasonably well against Chelsea, especially in the specific job he was selected to do. He also displayed one or two nice touches, especially the pass to Edwards. However, he still miscues his passes and dithers on the ball. As Rustmonkey argues, these shortcomings could be easily eliminated if he received decent coaching.
Southbank60
04/01/2012 13:01:00
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I would like to know why QPR would be interested in KH as the news comeing through on skysports their in talks with both Alex of Chelsea and Onouha of MC for about 3million each the sort of players we should be after. To me that is quite cheap but not Wolves we will sign some nobody for 100 grand and hope he does the job what the bloody hell are the three Ms doing.
kiawolves
04/01/2012 13:35:00
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Oh dear! If they buy them, it's a four horse race for the survival 'winning' post. I thought that we were after Onouha. Maybe we still are but, as kiawolves suggests, we are unwilling to pay the going rate.
Southbank60
04/01/2012 13:52:00
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Following Barton's tweets after the QPR debacle, it would take some effort from KH to just to forget it all.It doesn't ring at all true to me. I see Fletch isn't at Anfield yet, either.
all4divisions
04/01/2012 14:00:00
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SB i just dont think we will buy anyone else if you look at the squad 90%of the same players who were in the championship and for some reason after 2 and a half years of trying to avoid relegation they are still good enough.As i have said many times there not good enough thats why no one puts bids in for any Wolves player and were stuck with them look at Keogh been to Cardiff not good enough been to Leeds sent back then you wonder why were in the *****e were in. And that statement goes for nearly half or more of the Wolves squad i can see it so can everyone else all bar the three Ms.
kiawolves
04/01/2012 14:26:00
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I still think we'll struggle to hold on to Fletcher. He is a proven goal scorer in two relegation battling teams. Liverpool are desperate for striker and lets be honest....the Scottish influence may be a massive pull for SF. I think you will see Maynard in and Fletch out. Lets atleast hope that if that does happen that they use the extra money to bring in some decent quality players like Onuoha, Diame or Gardner.
Rustmonkey
04/01/2012 14:33:00
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We could swap Fletcher for Suarez,I'm sure they would love him in Wolverhampton.
Crete Wolf
04/01/2012 16:54:00
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