Wolverhampton Wanderers are flying high in the Sky Bet Championship, and it would take a major collapse in the West Midlands for the club to fail to secure a Premier League return this season.
New boss Nuno Santo has performed miracles at the club, using his admittedly large budget in the correct manner to source the players required to secure promotion.
There exists an excellent squad at Molineux, but with Santo always looking to improve, Wolves could be in the market once again this month to ensure they continue to dominate the division in the same manner witnessed in the first half of the campaign.
Freelance journalist and former Express and Star correspondent for Wolves Tim Nash revealed on Twitter that new signings were not being ruled out, but a shock move for 37-year-old former Republic of Ireland and Wolves man Robbie Keane was unlikely to make a long-awaited return to the club, with current side ATK in India refusing to end his contract early.
This would have been a crazy signing had it gone through. Keane began his career in England with Wolves in 1997, enjoying an extremely successful two-year career at Molineux.
How poetic would it have been for the player to return to his roots this summer to help his boyhood club to promotion, but alas, it appears that his fairytale ending may fail to materialise.
Keane has scored goals throughout his career, and still has plenty to offer at this late stage of his career. However, if Nash is to be believed, this deal is dead in the water.
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