New boss at Wolverhampton Wanderers, Kenny Jackett, today said he is proud to be Head Coach at a 'fantastic club', and that he already has 'ideas for the squad'.
He was announced as new Head Coach on Friday.
There is no news on whether Jackett will bring any staff with him, Wolves have announced. The club said he's going to assess what he's got before he makes any recommendations.
As a player, 51-year-old Jackett helped Watford to a second place top flight finish and FA Cup Final, and won 31 Welsh caps.
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