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Wolves set to reward Van La Parra with new deal

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Wolves are set to give their flying Dutchman Rajiv Van La Parra a new deal, after he committed his future to the club following deadline day speculation of a move to Huddersfield Town, reports Teamtalk.

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Despite strong interest from the Terriers, Wolves held firm and stated that their man was not for sale and now he is set to be offered a new contract with the club.

The 24-year-old, who has 18 months left on his current contract, joined newly-promoted Wolves in 2014 ready for their return to the Championship following relegation to League One the previous summer.

After chalking up 41 appearances for the Midlands side in his first season with the club he fell out of favour with Jackett for the current campaign and was loaned out to Brighton for a month to try and resurrect his form.

The loan move saw him score 2 goals in 6 matches and prompted Jackett to re-install the Dutch winger in his plans.

He has¬†since started the last four games in a Gold and Black shirt and will be hoping that he can continue to figure in the manager’s starting XI for the rest of the campaign.

Wolves face Bolton Wanderers at Molineux tonight and Van La Parra will be looking to continue his excellent run of form to give the home side three points against the Championship’s basement side.

Wolves fans, are you glad that the club are looking to give Van La Parra a new deal? Do you think he deserves it and should he be the player to help you kick on for the rest of the season?

Let us know your thoughts on the Dutchman’s potential new contract by commenting below!

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