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Contact decisions revealed

No offers for out-of-contract group

Wolves will not be offering new contracts to any of the players whose deals will be expiring this summer.

Zeli Ismail, Liam McAlinden, Aaron McCarey, Bjorn Sigurdarson, Razak Boukari and Tommy Rowe are not being offered new contracts, while Wolves will also not be taking up the option to buy on-loan striker Adam Le Fondre.

Goalkeeper Emi Martinez will also be returning to parent club Arsenal with his loan spell at an end.

“For all of those players who are out of contract and not being offered new deals, we would like to thank them for their efforts at the club and wish them all the very best for the future,” said Head Coach Kenny Jackett.

“The same applies to Emi and Adam as well, who have both been very committed and professional over the course of their season with us.”

Zeli Ismail and Liam McAlinden have both come through the Academy ranks at Compton Park, but have found it difficult to make a sustained first team breakthrough.

In total Ismail, who was unfortunate to miss several spells out with injury,  made 12 appearances for Wolves and McAlinden 19, scoring two goals, including the late winner at MK Dons in front of almost 9,000 travelling supporters in March, 2014.

Both players have enjoyed several loan spells during their time with Wolves, Ismail finishing the current season with Cambridge and McAlinden with Crawley Town.

Aaron McCarey joined Wolves from Monaghan United in January, 2010, and made seven senior appearances, including five during the Sky Bet League One title-winning season, and also had loan spells, including Walsall, York and Portsmouth.

Sigurdarson and Boukari both arrived at Wolves in the summer of 2012, Sigurdarson making 75 appearances and scoring seven goals, spending time out on loan with Molde and FC Copenhagen.

Boukari has suffered a series of unfortunate injuries during his Wolves career, restricting him to six appearances, and he also spent some time on loan, back in France with Sochaux.

Tommy Rowe joined Wolves on a free transfer after his contract with Peterborough United came to an end two years ago, and suffered a couple of injuries in his first season at Molineux.

In total he made 18 appearances for the club, whilst also enjoying successful loan spells with Scunthorpe United and Doncaster Rovers.

Wolves would like to thank all the players for their efforts whilst at the Club, and wish them well for the future.