Kenny Jackett: 'Karl Henry is not in my plans'

Karl Henry
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Wolverhampton Wanderers head coach Kenny Jackett insists that Karl Henry is not in his plans, despite the midfielder requesting to remain at the club.

Wolverhampton Wanderers head coach Kenny Jackett has reiterated his desire to let four senior players leave the League One outfit by omitting them from the club's pre-season tour of Scotland.

Karl Henry, Jamie O'Hara, Roger Johnson and Stephen Ward have all been transfer-listed by Jackett as he looks to clear the decks before the start of next season.

Former captain Henry had stated a wish to remain at Molineux to fight for his place, but Jackett has dismissed that request.

The 51-year-old told the Express & Star: "Karl has his own situation but he won't be going on the trip and he's not in my plans.

"Can that change? It's not a situation I'm necessarily going to consider or want to talk about."

Jackett moved to Wolves after previously resigning from his position at Millwall.

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