Kenny Jackett provides update on Rajiv van La Parra's future at Wolverhampton Wanderers

Rajiv Van La Parra has recently returned to Wolverhampton Wanderers after completing a loan spell at Brighton & Hove Albion.

Wolverhampton Wanderers boss Kenny Jackett has told the Express and Star that Rajiv van La Parra is unlikely to make a permanent move to Brighton & Hove Albion.

Van La Parra had been on loan at Brighton since the start of December, but despite playing in a large volume of the south coast club’s matches it seems Chris Hughton’s side do not intend to make his transfer a more permanent one.

The Dutch winger is currently back at Molineux, and Jackett says that there has been no indication that Brighton will make a bid for him.

“There hasn’t been anything concrete from Brighton.

“Chris Hughton thanked us for the loan, said he did very well, and that’s as far as the conversation’s gone.”

Van La Parra was brought to Wolves during the summer of 2014, but he has failed to show the consistency required to fully establish a place at Molineux.

The 24-year-old had fallen out of contention prior to his move to Brighton, and it seems unlikely that he will break back in Wolves’ starting line up.

In Van La Parra’s absence, Jordan Graham has emerged as a real talent - and he seems to have the left wing spot on lockdown, while James Henry is Wolves’ regular choice down the right.

As a result, Van La Parra’s future is currently up in the air.

The skilful wide man made six appearances and scored twice for Brighton on his loan spell.

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