Date: 2nd June 2011 at 2:40pm
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No great surprise here, Marcus Hahnemann has been released.

The now 38-year-old came to Molineux on a free transfer from Reading in July 2009.

He made 44 appearances for Wolves, his last appearances coming in this seasons FA Cup.

He lost his Premier League place in the side back in November but went on to play in our FA Cup campaign against Doncaster and Stoke.

‘Marcus has been fantastic for us – both in his performances on the pitch and influence off it,’ McCarthy told the BBC.

He continued by adding: ‘It was a pleasure for all of us to have him in the squad for the last two years and we wish him all the very best for the next stage of his career.’

Hahnemann is expected to return to the United States and continue his career in Major League Soccer, with Seattle already reportedly interested in his services.

Back at Molineux and Wolves have again been linked with Coventry keeper Keiren Westwood, with Moxey hinting that our Mick will be looking to bring in a third shot-stopper.

“We think Carl and Wayne are capable of holding down the first-team role and we want the new man to be able to do the same,” said Wolves chief executive Jez Moxey.

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