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Olofin Happy To Stay

Midfield giant Seyi Olofinjana has expressed his wish to stay at Molineux until the end of his career.

"You can never predict what will happen round the corner but at the moment I would like to stay here for the rest of my career - definitely," he told the E&S.

One of Dave Jones last signings, Olofin has been an integral part of Mick McCarthy's side that stand on the brink of an unlikely play off place, and has made an invaluable contribution this season.

Now fully recovered from a broken bone in his back, Seyi has shown time and time again why DJ was prepared to splash 1.7 million onthe Nigeria International.

Securing his long term signing would be yet another coup for manager Mick McCarthy on the verge of returning Wanderers to the promised land.




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Date:Saturday April 28 2007

Time: 8:20PM

 

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