Wolves warn off suitors
Sunderland will not get it all their own way if they target Wolves players at the end of the season.
In a week which has seen their top stars linked to a host of clubs as well as Sunderland, Wolves current boss Terry Connor says they will fight to keep them.
Monday saw Karl Henry linked with a move to Sunderland he was to be followed by Steven Fletcher on Tuesday and then QPR were linked with a switch for Wayne Henessey, who now has a knee ligament injury and faces an prolonged spell on the sidelines.
Spurs are also interested in the Welsh international and striker Kevin Doyle is wanted by both Everton and Aston Villa, despite the constant speculation about the players Connor does not believe their exit is a forgone conclusion, even if they go down.
"I don't think it's a fact of life that you have to lose players or get 'cherry picked'," said the boss.
"We'll be fighting tooth and nail to have our best team and our best players available - whatever league we're in.
"We'll review this season at the end of it and the club might decide they want to do down a certain line."