It isn’t exactly ground breaking news, even Wolves gaffer Mick McCarthy admits it is the ‘usual stock answer’, but Wolves will be looking for bargains in the January sales.
It’s November after all, so the question was going to be asked eventually.
The media love the transfer window and they are desperate to hear that clubs will be making moves once the new year has been brought in.
It’s usually a time for inflated prices and panic buys, but McCarthy has a shrewd history in the winter window.
Adlène Guedioura joined in January 2010 on loan until the end of the season from Belgian side Charleroi, which then became a permanent move in the summer.
Then Jamie O’Hara was snapped up from Spurs in January 2011 in a similar move that was also made permanent in August.
‘We’ll be looking in January definitely, We’ll be looking to do something. Myself and Jez (Moxey) and Steve (Morgan) will sit down and have a discussion about that.’ McCarthy told Wolves Official Website.
He continued: ‘Myself and Dave (Bowman, Chief Scout) and Taff (Ian Evans, scout) and Terry (Connor, Assistant Manager) are always talking about it.
‘If we can get anybody it would be important to freshen the squad up.
‘It’s the usual stock answer, if there’s players around that we can get and do something that can improve us as a squad or as a team then we’ll try and do it.’
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