Hahnemann not hanging around

Hahnemann joined Wolves two years ago from Reading and started the

season as the club’s first-choice stopper in the Premier League.

However, he lost his place to Wayne Hennessey in November and has

now been allowed to leave Molineux after the club secured Premier

League survival. “Marcus has been fantastic for us over the last

two seasons – both in his performances on the pitch and his

influence off it,” McCarthy told the club’s official website. “When

we brought him in we knew we were getting a very good experienced

keeper to push Wayne Hennessey all the way for the first-team

shirt. “And when the time came for him to get his opportunity he

made the most of it and played a key role in helping us stay in the

Premier League. “Even when he then lost his place to Wayne last

season, he remained supportive and professional and helped in

Wayne’s development both as a player and as a person. “With his

enthusiasm and personality, not to mention some very different

hobbies and interests, Marcus was a great character to have around

the place and hugely influential in the dressing room. “It was a

pleasure for all of us to have him in the squad for the last two

years, and we wish him all the very best for the next stage of his