Kenny Jackett shares how he's dealt with Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Rajiv Van La Parra, after Instagram post

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Rajiv van la Parra caused fury with Wolverhampton Wanderers because of his use of social media usage this week.

Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Kenny Jackett has told the Express and Star that the club have spoken to Rajiv van la Parra about his use of social media.

Van La Parra was booed by Wolves fans when he was substituted off against Brentford last night, after he changed his biography on Instagram to a message showing off about how much he is paid at Molineux earlier in the week.

Van La Parra quickly deleted the post, but it did not stop Wolves supporters from spotting the message.

Wolves fans were furious with the 24-year-old for showing such ambivalence, while the club is on a slump, but Jackett insists that the wide-man will learn from his mistake.

"I have spoke to him about it," Jackett said. He's apologised and I'm sure will learn from it."

Van La Parra’s poor use of social media has plunged his future back into doubt at Wolves, just after he seemed to have had a resurgence.

The Dutch youth international was sent out on loan to Brighton & Hove Albion earlier in the season, after dropping out of contention.

However, since the turn of the year he has broken back into Jackett’s team and there was talk of him being rewarded with a new contract (Express and Star).

After his recent use of social media, it is unknown whether he will be offered an extension to his current deal, and he faces a fight to win Wolves fans over.

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