The head chief of Wolverhampton Wanderers is keen in signing new forwards to his team after having lost Kevin Doyle, Leon Clarke and BakarySako. Kenny Jackett took the chance to outline and express some of his plans for the summer and voiced the importance that it will be for him and for his team in bringing offensive players to the Molineux Stadium in Wolverhampton.
Kenny Jackett stated that bringing in more attacking performers is his priority but despite this, he still won’t go hectic in this summer transfer season as he will still be conservative when it comes to adding new players to his team.
Wolverhampton’s Kenny Jackett said: “Just looking at the balance of it, we are undoubtedly still looking at players and feeling that if we can strengthen we will. Yes if we can strengthen before the Blackburn game yes we will, and there are positions that we’re predominantly looking at. I don’t think we need many signings. If we did they would have to be key ones. I’d like to think that we’re good enough as a club to never need a high amount. When you suddenly need a big amount at once you’re coming off a real poor period and disorganization sometimes.”
BakarySako was the top goal-scorer of the previous season for Wolverhampton Wanderers as he scored 15 goals in the English Championship League but he left the club back in June after his £20,000-a-week contract reached it’s end.
Replacing the 24 year old French goal-scorer is one of the more difficult tasks that Kenny Jackett has to do and the manager of Wolverhampton Wanderers is well aware that this will not be an easy mission to accomplish but he will try to do everything in his power to sign a player that can fill in the boots of the departed BakarySako and keep alive the dream of snatching a promotion spot into the Premier League.