Moxey lays down the law on Wolves outcasts
At the end of the season eight players are due to return to Molinuex following loan spells away from Wolverhampton Wanderers.
They have all played either little or no part in our promotion from League One and immediate return to the Championship and it would seem that they will continue to play no further part in Wolves recovery under new head coach Kenny Jackett.
Four of those players moved abroad, whilst four have had short-term loan spells in England.
Tongo Doumbia moved to French Ligue 1 side Valenciennes in August with the 24-year-old Mali-born midfielder playing 33 times for the French side.
26-year-old Togo forward Razak Boukari also made the move to France joining Sochaux. However he has only made six appearances this season.
Georg Margreitter made the move to Danish side Copenhagen and played in the Champions League this season. However he has only made eleven appearances this season.
Bjorn Sigurdarson made 21 appearances for Wolves earlier this season before joining Norwegian side Molde in March. He has so far made three appearances scoring twice.
Toxic Roger Johnson has spent the season on loan at Championship club Sheffield Wednesday and Premier League side West Ham United. In total he has made 23 appearances this season, but has made just two Premier League starts.
Kevin Foley made 7 appearances for Wolves before joining Championship side Blackpool in March where he has made a further five appearances.
Kevin Doyle made 25 appearances under Jackett before moving back to Championship with Queens Park Rangers, injury has limited him to seven appearances and two goals.
Stephen Ward has arguably been the most successful following a loan move away from Molinuex. Ward joined Championship club Brighton and Hove Albion and has made 43 appearances for his new club and has been a major part in their push for promotion to the Premier League.
With all of them set to return to the club following the expiry of their loan deals Wolves Chief executive Jez Moxey has been quick to lay-down the clubs position.
"I think by and large we`ll be looking to move the vast majority of those players on if they want to, If they want to try to put pressure on us from a financial point of view, so be it.
"They`re under contract so we can`t make them move, but the coach doesn`t have to play them. They`re out on loan for a reason.' Moxey told the Express & Star.
He continued: "So do they want to sit in the stand for a whole year? It`s up to them.
Moxey discussing outcast Jamie O'Hara added: "The same applies to Jamie: He must understand something`s got to be different for him going forwards.
"There are no plans to pay anyone up and we won`t be doing that.
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