Kenny Jackett has told the Express and Star that he wants to loan out two of Wolverhampton Wanderers’ brightest prospects.
Both Bright Enobakhare and Sylvain Deslandes have been on the verge of making a breakthrough at Molineux, but they have failed to quite make it into Kenny Jackett’s first team.
As a result, Jackett will now allow the pair to leave on loan to aid their development.
“For Deslandes and Enobakhare I feel that somewhere along the line for them to get into first-team football is going to be very good," Jackett said.
"For Bright, yes, in an ideal world if we could be strong enough (up front) to get him out on loan I think he could handle the league and do well. It is an option we’re looking at.
“(The level) very much depends on the club, geographically where it is, how we look after him. we’ve got no hard and fast rules, it’s just as (important) as that a manager wants that player and will play him. Plenty of managers will perhaps take a loan player and then keep them floating around the edge. Well he can float around the edge here. I’ve got no real preconceived ideas about where or what standard, but somewhere along the line yes a league loan would be very good for Bright.”
Enobakhare has made five appearances for Wolves so far, while Deslandes has played twice.
The pair are highly regarded at Wolves, but with the club fighting to earn a play off place, there is little room for inexperienced players in Jackett’s side.
Wolves have also seen the benefit of moving their youngsters out on loan, after Jordan Graham’s progression.
Graham went on a temporary move to Oxford United earlier in the season, and he has returned to play a key part at Molineux - although an injury is now set to keep him out of action for the rest of the season.