Wolves remain defiant over Fletcher
Wolves remain determined to keep hold of Sunderland target Steven Fletcher unless their £15m valuation is met.
The Black Cats have made no further contact with Wolves since their last offer, thought to be of £13m, was rejected by the Black Country club but they are still very keen and are waiting for Wolves to soften their stance over the striker.
Their Chief executive Jez Moxey used his programme notes for their home clash with Barnsley on Tuesday to again claim they had a iron resolve to hold out for their valuation of the player.
Sunderland are prepared to play a waiting game as Wolves do not want to be left with an unhappy player when the transfer window closes a week on Friday.
Meanwhile Fletcher has returned to training at Molineux after recovering from an ankle injury which has kept him out.