After spending the last few days with Blackpool, Jamie O’Hara has returned to Wolves.
After being frozen out of the Wolverhampton Wanderers first team set-up for most of this seasons campaign, O`Hara recently returned to the fold, making two substitute appearances against Stevenage and Carlisle.
Unsurprisingly after being put into exile since the summer, the £5million rated 27-year-old has struggled for match fitness and match sharpness and was subsequently dropped from the squad.
He spent this week on trial with Paul Ince’s Blackpool, with a view to him making a loan move before the deadline closed yesterday.
However, due to his lack of match fitness Blackpool declined to take him on just yet, but have indicated that they could return in January.
“He`s probably not fit enough yet. We might go back in for him in January, He needs another couple of weeks fitness (work) and that`s the problem we had.’ Blackpool boss Paul Ince told the Blackpool Gazette.
He continued: “He`s still a good player. Technically, he`s absolutely fantastic but he`s still short on fitness and that`s understandable.
“He`s been great. He seems a fantastic lad with the desire to do well and prove people wrong.
“Blackpool has always been built on players coming here to prove people wrong. He`s one of those.”
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