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Wolves boss Mick McCarthy is introducing a Twitter crackdown and warned players will be fined if they disclose team secrets.

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Having escaped the drop last term, Wolves will want to strengthen their squad in an attempt to avoid a similar scrap this season.

Michael Kightly signs new Wolves deal

Winger Michael Kightly has penned a new 12-month contract at Wolves after recovering from two seasons of injury problems.

Kevin Foley signs long-term Wolves deal

Wolves midfielder Kevin Foley has signed an improved four-year contract extension at Molineux.

Wolves complete deal for £7m Roger Johnson

Wolves boss Mick McCarthy is delighted to have finally signed Birmingham central defender Roger Johnson at the second attempt.

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