Fletch arrival meets Hahnemann approval

08 June 2010 01:52
Wolves keeper Marcus Hahnemann has given his backing to new signing Steven Fletcher who has moved from Burnley for a club record equalling fee.[LNB] The United States international believes Fletcher can help Wolves to build on their first season back in the Premier League.[LNB]But the 37-year-old is unsure whether Fletcher's arrival will herald another change in tactics by Wolves boss Mick McCarthy.[LNB]He switched from a 4-4-2 to a 4-5-1 formation midway through the campaign and it paid handsome dividends with Kevin Doyle operating effectively as the lone striker.[LNB]Hahnemann, currently preparing for USA's World Cup clash with England on Saturday, said: "I have seen Steven a few times and there is no doubt that he is a good player.[LNB]"He is a dangerous sort of player and I think he will be good for us.[LNB]"Our main goal last season was to stay in the Premier League and we achieved that, which was great.[LNB]"I think Steven will be good in helping us to build on that.[LNB]"There are a few other good guys who have been rumoured to be possible signings for us and we will see who we get."[LNB]But in terms of how Wolves may now line-up, Hahnemann admitted: "Who knows how we are going to play?[LNB]"We went from 4-4-2 to 4-5-1 which kind of solidified things a bit for us with Kevin up there by himself.[LNB]"I don't know if that (Fletcher's signing) is going to change things."[LNB]Fletcher, 23, scored 12 goals last season for the Clarets and Wolves confirmed the fee paid equalled the club record for Doyle 12 months ago - believed to be around £6.5million.

Source: Team_Talk