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Richard Stearman wants to stay at Wolves

last updated Thursday 27th April 2017, 11:00 PM

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Fulham defender Richard Stearman says he’d love to make a permanent return to Wolves, but remains in the dark on his future.

The centre-half has come back into the fold for Wolves’ past three matches, in which they’ve conceded just one goal.

He is due to return to parent club Fulham this summer, unless Wolves look to make what would be a third move for him, after originally signing him in 2008 and then snapping him up on loan at the start of this season.

The 29-year-old said: “I’d love to stay. Anyone who knows me knows that here is where I want to play my football.

“If something can be done then great. I’m hoping it will and we’ll see what happens at the end of the season.

“There’s plenty of players up and down the country that don’t quite know what’s going to happen next year.

“I think a lot of people are waiting until the end of the season before they sort out what and who they need.

“We’ll wait and see on that one. I’ve not particularly spoken to Fulham, I think they’re concentrating on the season they’re having.”

Stearman had endured a frustrating few weeks out of the team during Wolves’ recent winning run.

Lambert must make calls on Stearman, as well as out-of-contract players Mike Williamson, Jack Price, George Saville and Silvio in the next few weeks.

Stearman hopes he’s given the Scottish head coach something to think about.

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