Date:Wednesday January 4 2006
Tom Huddlestone’s loan from Tottenham Hotspur has been extended until January 21st as the clubs continue to discuss an even longer deal running until the end of the season.
The deal excludes him from Wolves FA Cup third round tie with Plymouth, but will see him available for the Luton and Millwall Championship fixtures.One sticking point to Huddlestone staying any longer than the January date may be the fact that under league rules he could not be recalled by Tottenham for the duration of the loan extension.
Shot stopper Paul Harrison has also had his deal extended. The young keeper, on loan from Liverpool, played in last nights reserve defeat at Newcastle, and will now join Huddlestone in staying at Wolves until at least January 21st.
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