No future for controversial midfielder Henry at Wolves, claims Jackett

The former Millwall boss wants to shake things up at Molineux and has made it clear that the midfielder, as well as Roger Johnson, Steven Ward and Jamie O’Hara, will be sold

New Wolves manager Kenny Jackett has revealed that former captain Karl Henry does not feature in his plans.

The 30-year-old midfielder has been transfer listed by the League One club, along with Roger Johnson, Steven Ward and Jamie O’Hara.

And Jackett confirmed that the quartet would not be involved in Wolves' pre-season tour.

"They won’t (be going), no," he told the Express and 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.

"It’s not a situation where they will be in my training plans or game plans going forward. I’m looking at David Edwards, David Davis, Lee Evans and Jack Price, at the moment, in terms of central midfielders.”

Jackett is looking to overhaul a squad that has gone from the Premier League to the third tier in two seasons and started to put his stamp on things by bringing in Bolton defender Sam Ricketts.