Rivals to swoop for stars
Wolves face a battle to keep hold of stars in the summer with Karl Henry the latest to be linked with a move if they are relegated.
Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill is one of a number of manager's who are interested in signing midfielder Henry if Wolves do finally succumb and find themselves back in the Championship. Terry Connor's men look doomed to relegation, and could actually have their fate sealed this weekend against Manchester City, which has lead to a number of players being linked with a move away this summer. Wolves have repeatedly said they want to keep their squad together if they are relegated but with interested parties already looming that maybe easier said than done. As well as Henry, Steven Fletcher, Matt Jarvis, Jamie O'Hara, Michael Kightly, Kevin Doyle and most of the first team squad have been linked with moves away.