Date: 16th January 2014 at 11:41am
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Wolverhampton Wanderers have received no bids for Wales International goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey.

Following on from his refusal to play at Gillingham, Hennessey continues to kick his heels at Molinuex now sitting behind Aaron McCarey in the pecking order.

With Carl Ikeme set to return from injury in the coming weeks, it looks highly unlikely that Hennessey will be adding to his Wolves appearance tally any time soon.

With the transfer window now open, it is thought that Wolves would like to move the keeper on.

Reports in London suggested that a bid from Crystal Palace for the 26-year-old was previously rejected, whilst West Ham United boss Sam Allardyce has denied he is interested in the shotstopper.

Since then it’s gone quiet.

“There hasn`t been any interest in Wayne, but that may change over the next three weeks,” said Jackett to the Express & Star.

He continued: “With goalkeepers, interest from clubs can tail off – you get spells when no one needs another one, then maybe through an injury it comes back.

“It`s different higher up the leagues because teams have two, sometimes three senior keepers.

“In the Championship now, all the keepers are recognised names.”



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