posted on Jun, 15 2003 @ 09:16 AM
Wolves boss Dave Jones will not hesitate to add another old head to his squad to help keep the Black Country club in the Premiership.
Jones brought Paul Ince and Denis Irwin into his team last summer and their experience in the game was the backbone behind their successful 2002/03
Now the manager is looking to strengthen for the coming battle against the best teams in the land and he maintains there is nothing to beat time spent
"I will certainly be considering taking players on a short-term basis," said Jones.
"I did it at Southampton when I brought in Carlton Palmer to keep things steady."
There were reports linking Wolves with veteran striker Teddy Sheringham, who has been released by Tottenham, but they have been shot down in flames by
both Jones and the player's agent.
Jones has also rubbished rumours he is getting ready to sign full-back Rob Kozluk from Sheffield United.
The Wolves boss is determined to beef up his promotion-winning squad but insists there will be no major turnover of players this summer.
"The likes of Mark Kennedy, Shaun Newton, Nathan Blake and Alex Rae all have experience of the Premiership and that will be valuable to us," said