Wolverhampton Wanderers boss Kenny Jackett has told the Express and Star that he is unsure what his transfer budget will be for the summer.
Jackett has been keen to look ahead as he looks to add the quality required to help Wolves make a promotion challenge next term.
However, his plans have been scuppered, as he still has no idea how much money he is going to be able to invest in new players.
“We’ve certainly asked but there isn’t a clear budget,” he said. “We can see where we need to improve.
“I’m looking for them (his young players) to consistently keep growing. They’re at a good age to be able to do this, to get better as a group.
“That always needs to be supplemented, definitely. And it’s pretty easy to see where we need to supplement it at the moment.
“At what financial level that is in the summer, that’s to be decided.
“That’s possibly consistent with a club up for sale.”
Jackett is planning ahead, as Wolves’ season looks destined to peter out into disappointment this time around.
The Midlands club are unbeaten in their last six matches, but frustrations around Molineux are not going away.
Wolves were tipped to be one of the leading contenders for promotion this term, but they have rarely threatened to even claim a play off spot.
Jackett’s men have been very inconsistent, and their position in mid-table is a real disappointment.
Wolves’ next match comes against promotion chasing Hull City on Friday evening.