Stale Solbakken praises Christophe Berra's conduct

Christophe Berra
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Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Stale Solbakken can find no complaints with how Christophe Berra has acted in recent weeks.

Wolverhampton Wanderers defender Christophe Berra has received praise from his manager Stale Solbakken for his attitude in recent weeks.

The Scotland international is believed to have handed in a transfer request at Molineux earlier this summer.

However, despite the ongoing uncertainty over his future, Solbakken has no complaints regarding the way that the centre-back has conducted himself.

"I don't think there's any concrete interest in Berra, but he's trained very well and he had quite a good game for Scotland," Solbakken told reporters.

"I think he had problems adapting to having a more compact team and being more solid defensively.

"But he's really tried everything and has done well."

Berra, 27, joined Wolves in 2009 from Scottish side Hearts.

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