Kenny Jackett remains coy over Wolverhampton Wanderers’ transfer plans

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Wolverhampton Wanderers have been linked with a number of players in the January transfer window.

Kenny Jackett has given little away about Wolverhampton Wanderers’ transfer plans in the Express and Star.

Wolves have been surprisingly quiet in the January window so far, with their additions generally being for the future.

The signing of Michal Zyro was an impressive one, but Wolves’ only other addition has been Aaron Collins from Newport County.

Collins is highly regarded, but he is expected to go into Wolves’ development squad, before playing in their first team.

Wolves are thought to be on the look out for a senior striker to replace Benik Afobe, but Jackett was refusing to be drawn on potential targets earlier today.

“We’ll see," the Wolves boss said, when asked whether he expected to the club to be busy between now and the end of the window. "Certainly people at the club are working hard. Whether it’ll be a busy week I don’t know.”

Wolves have been linked with a host of players in January, but with just under a week to complete additions - they are running out of time.

Wolves had appeared to be on the verge of completing a move for Nicolai Boilesen, but the latest report on SoccerNews, suggests that he has turned them down.

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