Wolves boss McCarthy warns Hughes to be careful with QPR transfer spending

Wolves boss Mick McCarthy has warned QPR counterpart Mark Hughes to spend his January transfer kitty wisely.

Wolves boss Mick McCarthy has warned QPR counterpart Mark Hughes to spend his January transfer kitty wisely.

Relegation rivals Rangers are splashing the cash and priced Wolves out of a move for Nedum Onuoha.

But McCarthy said: "A club can sign someone on big dough and he lives up to all expectations and everyone likes him because he makes them a better team.

"But if he comes in and doesn't live up to those expectations, it can cause friction.

"Good luck to Mark. There's nothing I can do about it, is there?

"All I can do is make us better and harder to beat and a bit more competitive.

"I tend to be happy with my lot, bemoaning anyone else's good fortune doesn't do you any favours."

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