Wolves veteran Jody Craddock has signed a new deal with the midlanders, and owner Steve Morgan is looking at the experience of the 35 year old to influence the club's younger players. Craddock will be extending his spell at Wolves into a ninth season and he has made more than 200 appearances since moving from Sunderland.
Morgan told Press Association Sport: "He is an old head and, having someone like him around the training ground and dressing room, is someone the younger players can turn to.
"We've got a very young squad on the whole so the influence Jody gives, off the pitch as well as on it, is fantastic.
"We are delighted to have Jody for another year. He is a great professional."
Craddock was Wolves' player of the year for the 2009-2010 campaign, but injury problems meant he missed most of last season before returning for the finale of the fight to stay up.