Wolverhampton Wanderers skipper Danny Batth has headed to Middlesbrough on a loan spell today.
— Wolves (@Wolves) August 31, 2018
Having come through our Academy he has gone on to make more than 200 appearances for the club as we’ve risen back through the levels, and along the way he gained and kept our armband in the process. Having played a major role in helping us to the Championship title last season, he has yet to appear for Wolves so far in the Premier League so a loan suits everyone’s purposes here really, especially with a nod to the role the 27-year-old has played as ultimately if his future isn’t with us now given our growth, I think everybody would want to see him continue to get good game time and end up somewhere he’s 100% happy.
It’s been a long old journey for Batth having made his debut back in 2010 and despite some quibbles at points, he’s certainly well-liked within the fan base and Boro are again going for promotion this season so he should enjoy himself under Tony Pulis.
yeah but that’s his level
— lewis (@lewiswwfc18) August 31, 2018
He has done some charity work and he's a local lad so let's all pretend he's a good footballer so we don't hurt his feelings ..yeah or not
— W????LVES (@adamBriant1993) August 31, 2018
All the best Danny ???????? #toppro
— Tony Daley MSc (@TonyDaley7) August 31, 2018
Good luck Danny top pro
— Dave Foster (@daveandwolves) August 31, 2018
Nothing but good wishes & full respect from me. Good luck Danny.
— Alan Leese. (@_AlanLeese) August 31, 2018
Good luck Danny ignore the fans talking shit they only supported the club this year! Good luck and I hope you can improve and step up for the prem.
— Porta1987 (@twitchPorta1987) August 31, 2018
Good luck @Danny_Batth ❤️????????
— Singhwhenyourewinning (@pedalsingh) August 31, 2018
All the best Danny. Respect to you and what you have done for the club. Have a good season. #brierelyhill
— Steve W (@SouthBankWolf) August 31, 2018
Good Luck Danny thanks for all those tough times you got us through … really sad to see you go . ????????????????
— alison owen (@alisonangelx) August 31, 2018
— Kevin Thornton (@kevttuk) August 31, 2018
100% best of luck to @Danny_Batth – he deserves nothing more than praise and respect from Wolves fans. I hope that he comes back into our team at some point.
— Adrian Leighton (@AdeTWG) August 31, 2018
Good luck Danny. You’ve always been a top pro who loved the club and played a vital role in rescuing the club from the depths of league 1. Thank you for your service to Wolves
— Lee Smith (@Cart78) August 31, 2018
Danny Batth is a class act and been a great professional. Hope loan goes well for him
— Matt Price (@MattPrice6) August 31, 2018
Social media is what social media does, but as you can see from the above selection at least some fans have a knowledge that isn’t built around FIFA.