Kenny Jackett responds when asked whether Bjorn Sigurdarson will ever play for Wolverhampton Wanderers again

Bjorn Sigurdarson has failed to score in his 15 Wolverhampton Wanderers appearances this season.

Kenny Jackett has suggested to the Express and Star that Bjorn Sigurdarson may have played his last game for Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Sigurdarson’s contract at Molineux expires at the end of the season, and it seems unlikely that his current deal will be renewed.

The Icelandic international has had a difficult time at Wolves, and his form this season hasn’t been up to scratch.

Sigudarson has played 15 times for Wolves since January, but he has not scored and he was left out of the match-day squad for their latest fixture against Rotherham United.

With Wolves having just two games remaining in their season, it may be the case that Sigurdarson has now played his last game for Wolves.

And when Jackett was asked whether Sigurdarson would represent the club again, he said: “We’ll see. I think for Bjorn there’s been a lot of effort there, and a lot of application, but we haven’t quite found the right combination along the front line.

"On Saturday I wanted to look at other options. James Henry in a more central role was one that I wanted to try as well. So right at present I’m looking at other options.

“We’ll see how the Nottingham Forest and Sheffield Wednesday games go.”

Sigurdarson’s comeback at Wolves this season has been nothing short of remarkable, even if he isn’t offered a new deal.

The 25-year-old had not played for Wolves for over two years before his recent resurgence, but it seems that his comeback may well be short lived.

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