Teenage Wolves talent Louie Moulden has left the door open for a January loan exit.
Plenty of Wolves’ best young talents have departed on loan, but Moulden, who arrived from Manchester City during the summer, has stayed.
He has impressed Under-23s manager James Collins, who called him ‘excellent’ after a 3-2 away win against Newcastle last month.
And in an interview with the Express and Star, Moulden said he would be open to moving on loan during the winter window.
“It’s up to the club when they want to do that,” he said when asked about a January loan.
“The main focus for me is getting as many games as I can before Christmas and then after that it’s up to the club.
“I relish every challenge, so if they want to send me on loan to go and play then that is something I’ll work hard at.”
It will be interesting to see whether a loan move awaits in January, with Moulden currently third in the goalkeeping pecking order.
Fellow stopper Andreas Sondergaard is on loan with Randers in his native Denmark.
That agreement expires in December though, so he could feasibly keep goal for the Under-23s while Moulden leaves on loan if that is the direction the club decided to go in.
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