WIL­SON TO WOLVES IS A NO GO

The Football League Paper - - CHAMPIONSHIP -

MANCH­ESTER United striker James Wil­son is not head­ing to Mo­lineux, ac­cord­ing to Wolves boss Kenny Jack­ett.

With Nouha Dicko out for the sea­son with a se­ri­ous knee in­jury, Wolves are in the mar­ket for a new front-man.

But Jack­ett has ruled out sign­ing the Eng­land Un­der21 for­ward on loan.

“The in­for­ma­tion is he’s not avail­able,” said Jack­ett. “They’re keep­ing him there for the time be­ing.

“There have been a num­ber of clubs who have en­quired about him and at one stage they had been say­ing per­haps he could go.

“The tim­ing of it is al­ways some­thing and if he was avail­able would there be some in­ter­est from us? There has been in the past, yes.

“You are al­ways look­ing to strengthen, you’re al­ways aware of cen­tre for­wards.

“But, hav­ing said that, both Ra­jiv van la Parra and young Bright Enobakhare have looked very good. I wouldn’t hes­i­tate to give them an op­por­tu­nity in the team.”

Jack­ett was also quick to rule out a move for for­mer Eng­land in­ter­na­tional Fraizer Camp­bell from Palace.

He added: “I don’t know where that’s come from. It’s not one we’ve pur­sued or we’re pur­su­ing.”

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