Wayne Hennessey may be playing his football away from Molineux but the young goalkeeper remains firmly in the thoughts of the power-brokers at Wolverhampton Wanderers.
The 19-year-old, who last week made his debut for the Wales Under-21 team against Northern Ireland U21, has just had his loan to Stockport County extended by a month but his progress has not gone unnoticed by goalkeeping coach Bobby Mimms.
The former Everton No 1has been to watch Hennessey play for the League Two side and been impressed. "To have kept six consecutive clean sheets is a fantastic achievement for a young keeper," Mimms said.
"Wayne also played for around an hour for the Welsh under 21s and didn't concede then either. He is really getting some good experience."
At the other end of the age spectrum, Mimms has also praised regular starter Matt Murray and Michael Oakes, who is out with a knee injury. "Michael continues to show what a top pro he is even though he's out through injury himself," Mimms said.
"He hasn't played in the first team all season but his attitude in working with and helping the younger boys has been first-class – as it has in the six years since I've been at the club. Matt continues with the excellent form he has shown all season."
Meanwhile the Football Association have charged agent Sam Stapleton with improper conduct over the transfer of Hungarian Gabor Gyepes to Wolves. The Hungarian moved to Molineux on loan from Ferencvaros in July 2005.
A statement from the FA read: "The charge stems from an invoice issued by Stapleton, on which he provided false bank details. Stapleton pleaded guilty to false accounting before the Central Hertfordshire Magistrates' Court in October 2006. The FA’s case relies on the same facts."