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3 Wolves Players United Will Have To Be Wary Of

Manchester United host Wolves tomorrow at Old Trafford in the Premier League. So with that in mind it’s worth taking a look at these three players who we should be wary of going into the game:

Steven Fletcher

After impressing in the Premier League for Burnley former Hibernian forward Fletcher signed for Wolves for £6.5m last summer. Now into his second season at Molineux, the Scottish forward has impressed up front, often as a lone striker.

With former United forward Sylvan Ebanks-Blake and Kevin Doyle struggling for goals this season, Fletcher’s role has gained increased responsibility this season and after starting the season well, is beginning to look a proven forward in the division.

Teams struggling to survive always require their striker’s to chip in and Fletcher is well on target to score 10-12 goals this season. He is good in the air and can be equally dangerous holding the ball up to play in Wolves nifty wingers who on their day can cause any side problems.

Stephen Hunt 

It would be fair to say when Hunt left Reading after the Royal failed to gain promotion back to the top-flight in 2009, that many fans across the country were surprised when the imaginative and hard-working midfielder signed for Hull City instead of a bigger club.

That’s not a knock on Hull, but many believed the Ireland International had the talent to play for a bigger club than the Tigers. Despite suffering relegation in his only year at the KC Stadium, it was no surprise that the midfielder moved on shortly after.

Wolves for the best part of 18 months had been tracking Hunt and he has proven to be an vital cog in Mick McCarthy’s midfield popping up with goals and assists just when the teams it most. He is a quiet but dangerous customer.

Rodger Johnson

There are not too many defenders down the years who are linked with moves to Arsenal and Liverpool after suffering Premier League relegation. But despite going down with Birmingham City last season, Johnson’s stock wasn’t affected and he was destined to return to the top-flight.

After all, it was only when his central-defensive partner Scott Dann suffered injury that Birmingham began to ship goals and even then that was only a result of the team slumping after their Carling Cup success over Arsenal.

Immediately upon arriving at Wolves in the summer Johnson was handed the captaincy and so far he has led by example showing the type of heart, hunger and commitment that in all honesty should earn him a lot more plaudits.

Adam Dennehey @ADennehey87



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