Date: 12th May 2016 at 10:08am
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As we know Steve Morgan’s shares are up for sale with it hoped a buyer for the club can be found soon enough.

Jez Moxey remains ‘full of optimism’ we’ve got a positive future ahead of us.

Moxey has said lots of interest is being shown in Wolves with the club becoming ‘more attractive’ to them than they might have thought, he’s quoted by the Express & Star as saying the following at the end of season dinner.

‘We remain full of optimism about the future. We`re talking to people who may be prepared to buy Steve Morgan`s shares. They`re seeing what those of us on the inside of the club know about Wolves – and it`s more attractive than many people might be able to see.’

Would be owners, plenty of them have expressed an interest, have visit the club and looked around the stadium and facilities but we’re still waiting for this interest to be ‘transformed into something more substation’ but we can ‘rest assured everything that can be done is being done to expedite a change in ownership.’

Things can change quickly in football, not that he wanted to speak publicly about whats happening behind the scenes but (with what was written in that awards brochure) he added.

‘Given that everything in football can change so quickly – and we don’t like speaking about such matters until there is something concrete to say – no one should be surprised if in the not-to-distant future we have some very positive news to share – it really can happen like that.’

Regarding a ‘difficult season’ we’ve had we’re seeking improvement next season, which is of course a given!

He finished, speaking at the dinner, by saying all at the club are equally as ‘angry’ and ‘frustrated’ as the fans.

‘With the club being put up for sale, coupled with the difficult season we`ve had, we understand supporter hopes may have been replaced by a sense of frustration, apathy, and perhaps even hopelessness about the future. However even though we`ve just finished 14th, no-one here is comfortable with that. In fact we`re frustrated, we`re angry, and it`s not okay – it`s not good enough for Wolverhampton Wanderers. Regardless of the mitigating circumstances, of which there are many, we must do better.’