Last month it looked like Michael Jacobs would be swapping Wolverhampton Wanderers for League One side Coventry City.
The 23-year-old winger dropped down the pecking order at Molineux last season and was eventually farmed out to Blackpool where he was part of the squad when relegation was finally confirmed.
He returned to Wolves to make one additional appearance against Middlesbrough but it’s an easy guess to think that he would not be playing a major role in Wolves head coach Kenny Jackett’s plans next season.
But until a replacement for the outgoing Bakary Sako is made then Wolves are unlikely to be keen on letting him go.
This appears to have given Jacobs an unlikely window to impress and try again to break into the Wolves squad on a more regular basis.
‘I’ve had a good honest chat with the manager, he knows where I stand and I know where he stands, which is the main thing I needed to find out,’ Jacobs said to the Express & Star.
He continued: ‘Obviously last year wasn’t the sort of year I was looking for, with the fact I went out on loan I didn’t really get the opportunity to play.
‘I’m open to anything that’s going to happen and my main priority is getting my head down and get a game here like I did before.
‘At the minute I’m a Wolves player and that’s where I want to get my head down.
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