HENRY’S FUTURE IS AT WOLVES
JAMES Henry’s future has been up in the air all summer. But after locking the midfielder into a new deal,Wolves boss Kenny Jackett is convinced that the best years of his career will now be at Molineux.
Henry was heavily linked with a move to Charlton in the transfer window, but has signed a two-year contract to stay at Wolves, with the option for a further 12 month extension.
“James is a natural winger who gets a lot of crosses in every game; his set piece delivery has been very good for us so far this season,” said Jackett.
“I do feel now, at 26, that he has his best years ahead of him.”