Jez Moxey insists the Black Country outfit are determined to retain their squad strength this summer and hope to make further additions ahead of the Championship kick-off
Wolves chief executive Jez Moxey has insisted the club are not willing to sell their best players this summer, despite preparing for life in the Championship.
The Midlands club dropped out of the Premier League last term after finishing in 20th place under interim manager Terry Connor.
And, despite the likes of striker Steven Fletcher being strongly linked with moves away, Moxey has revealed his determination to keep a strong squad together in order to push for promotion."We are not getting drawn on offers for players in or out," Moxey told the Express and Star.
"Our best players are not for sale, we want to keep them and build the strongest possible team for the season ahead.
"We will do everything we can to retain the players we want to keep and continue to look to strengthen with new signings."
Fletcher has made 61 appearances for Wolves since moving from Burnley in 2010, scoring 22 goals.