Faith in McCarey
Wolverhampton Wanderers Head Coach Kenny Jackett is currently happy with the goalkeeper situation at the club.
With the recent news this week that Carl Ikeme had been ruled out for six weeks after the goalkeeper broke his hand and Wayne Hennessey refusing to play against Gillingham after being linked with both Crystal Palace and West Ham United, some might have wondered if we were on the verge of a keeper crisis.
Aaron McCarey made his debut for Wolves on Friday night having only just been called back from his loan spell with York City.
The 21-year-old, Republic of Ireland Under-21 international has limited experience with just 19 league appearances on loan for Walsall and York before his baptism of fire against Gillingham.
But despite that Jackett remains confident in McCarey.
"I think goalkeeping is our strongest department. I do think Aaron McCarey is a good goalkeeper. He didn`t disappoint at Gillingham and handled the whole situation very well.' Jackett told Wolves Official Website.
He continued: "He`s come in off the back of two impressive loan spells at York and Walsall - and made his League debut on Friday night.
"I`ve been pleased with him so I think we are still in a strong position and we won`t be looking to the transfer market to bring any goalkeepers in.
"We have Wayne Hennessey around and with four games in January I think we`ll get through fine with what we`ve got when Carl is fully fit and okay.
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