posted on Jan, 17 2005 @ 12:20 PM
Wolves midfielder and captain Paul Ince intends staying at Molineux - possibly as manager - when his playing career comes to an end. Ince, whose
professional career began as an apprentice with West Ham 20 years ago, also enjoyed spells with Manchester United, Inter Milan, Liverpool and
Middlesbrough before arriving in the Black Country on a free transfer in summer 2002.
The 37-year-old, who scored Wanderers' third goal in the 4-2 weekend win over the visiting Hammers, is considering hanging up his boots at the end of
the season. Meanwhile, Wolves manager Glenn Hoddle's six-month contract expires at the end of the campaign, with Ince having already been touted as a
future Molineux boss prior to the current incumbent's arrival.