Wolverhampton Wanderers are set to bid farewell to Sheffield United linked Lee Evans after Jack Price sealed his departure from Molineux.
Wolverhampton Wanderers are set for a busy summer after a disappointing year in the Championship.
The former Wolves boss is hopeful the club continue to develop good young talent.
The situation surrounding Jack Price at Molineux proves how fortunate Paul Lambert really is.
Price stood out once again as Wolves grabbed a vital win away at Nottingham Forest.
Wolves have been unable to kickstart their campaign following their poor run of form of late as they slip closer to the relegation zone.
Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder Price spent nearly two months on the sidelines earlier in the season
Price had not played for Wolverhampton Wanderers in nearly two months before featuring at Deepdale.
Jack Price started for the first time in two months and stormed to the Man of the Match award.
It's been a miserable few weeks for Wolverhampton Wanderers but at least the return of Jack Price has put a smile on the fans' faces.