Kenny Jackett expects "very quiet" few days

A general view of Molineux ahead of the Barclays Premier League match between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Tottenham Hotspur at Molineux on March 6, 2011
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Kenny Jackett does not expect too much transfer activity at Wolverhampton Wanderers between now and the end of the window.

Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Kenny Jackett does not expect his side to be involved in much transfer business before the window closes next week.

A number of players have departed the Black Country-based club following their relegation from League One, but as it stands, both Bakary Sako and Kevin Doyle remain at Molineux.

Despite the fact that both players have been heavily linked with moves away, Jackett has hinted that it may be too late for Wolves to consider their departure.

"I feel the last week of the window will be very quiet for us in terms of players either coming in or going out. That's how I see it at the moment," Jackett is quoted as saying by the Express & Star.

"If anybody comes in for any of our players we shall have to deal with it as and when that happens. If it is close to the end of transfer window, as is often the case, they will have to realise that it is close to the end of the window for us as well."

Jackett took charge of the club earlier this summer.

Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Kenny Jackett looks on during the Sky Bet League One match between Preston North End and Wolverhampton Wanderers at Deepdale on August 03, 2013
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