Wayne Hennessey has today apologised to Wolves’ supporters for not making himself available for Friday’s game at Gillingham.
Hennessey has been subject to internal club discipline – which he has fully accepted - having declined to play in Friday’s game, and has declared himself ready and available for selection by Head Coach Kenny Jackett.
“With hindsight I would have done things differently, and I know that whatever I say is not going to change what I have done but I am sorry,” said Hennessey.
“I have apologised to Kenny but I also wanted to apologise to the club and the supporters who have always been great to me while I have been at Wolves through the good times and also my recent injuries when I worked really hard to get back.
“I just want to try and make fans aware of what I was thinking, and why I thought I was doing the right thing for myself and for the club.
“I assumed that with the transfer speculation surrounding me it would make sense both for me and the club not to play in the game but I realise that I was wrong.
“For me now I just have to get my head down and get on with it and try and put it right, which is to carry on working hard – as I have done through all of my nine years at Wolves - and be available and ready for selection.”
Jackett confirmed yesterday that Hennessey will be available for selection for Saturday’s home game with Preston (3pm).