Wolverhampton Wanderers’ forgotten man, Joe Mason, continues to search for a permanent home after he returned to the club following the expiry of his loan spell out with Portsmouth.
Having joined Wolves back in the January 2016 window, his career with us is up after only 21 starts and 18 substitute showings (eight goals) owing to the changes we saw in our ownership and ambition levels, and since then he’s spent time out on loan with Burton Albion, Colorada, and Pompey to varying degrees of success.
The 27-year-old still has some time left on his contract at the Molineux and the aim will be to run that down further and find himself a new home for the second half of the year as he looks to secure his own future.
Having come through the ranks at Plymouth as he began his career, their manager Derek Adams told the Plymouth Herald that the club did maintain an interest in their former player, and would be interested in doing a deal if one could be struck.
“We have spoken to Wolves in the past about him before he went to Portsmouth. Financially, it was difficult at that moment in time. He hasn’t played at all for Portsmouth. We do monitor the situation but he does have other options to look to, which he has to at that stage in his career.”
You would certainly expect some movement before the end of deadline day as it suits all.