Doyle set to lead Wolves charge
With Steven Fletcher expected to depart Molineux over the summer, this season could be a big year for Kevin Doyle.
Many had expected the Republic of Ireland striker to be one of many departures over the summer, which is yet to happen.
The 28-year-old striker was linked with a return to his former club Reading following their promotion back into the Premier League.
But Doyle has said that he isn't interested in a return to Reading and has even hinted that he isn't wanted a move to a side that will be battling against relegation from the Premier League this year.
Instead he has virtually indicated that he wants to stay put with Wolves and hopefully steer the club straight back to the top flight at the first attempt.
"I`m looking forward to working with the new manager - he`s got some fantastic experience in his career, He`ll have new ideas which he`ll be getting across to us and we`ll all get used to each other." he told the Express & Star.
He continued: "I`ve experienced it before so I know what it`s going to be like, You can have a good season after relegation and I was very close to going straight back up with Reading.
"It was a lot different to being in the bottom three and being beaten so many times. In the Championship, you do win more games and get that confidence back again. You can hopefully be closer to the top and the fans and players enjoy it more.
"Hopefully we`re not going to be coming in on a Monday wondering why we`ve got beat again and we`re going to be competing with the top teams. That has to be the aim. We need to get the winning feeling back and the confidence that brings."
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