BATTH TIME SET TO RUN AND RUN
WOLVES skipper Danny Batth insists he is ready to lead Wolves back to the Premier League after signing a new four-year contract at the club.
The new deal will keep the centre back tied to Molineux until 2020 and the centre-back – who turned 26 earlier this week – is confident the best is still to come.
“I am delighted to commit my future to the club and a club that I have been on a great journey with so far,” he said.
“I also hope during my continued association with the club that we will obviously progress and we will reach the Premier League.
“I am obviously happy with my performances so far but I like to feel that I can still get better. It is hard to sum up my feelings about Wolves. It is in my blood, it is my daily routine, it is everything that I know.
“Wolves are special to me and something I take very seriously. I always want to look at the long term and try to help us move in the right direction.
“Hopefully now I have committed my future to the club and hopefully we can all get together – fans, management and board – and push in the right direction.”
JOURNEY: Danny Batth