Price of failure worries Kightly

17 February 2009 01:35
The England Under-21 international is committed to Wolves and determined to help the club turn around a disappointing run of form which is threatening their attempts to play top-flight football for the first time since 2004.

Manager Mick McCarthy has moved to tie up his rising stars to long-term contracts but that has not stopped rival clubs being linked with the likes of Wayne Hennessey, Sylvan Ebanks-Blake and Kightly himself.

But the winger insists he and all of his team-mates are determined to be testing themselves against the best next season wearing the gold and black of Wolves.

"We want to win just as much as the fans, every one of us wants to play in the Premier League, and for Wolves because we know if we don't then things are going to change for whatever reason," he told the Express and Star.

"Players go here or there - it's going to break up what we've built for all this time and that's the last thing we want to do. So we're going to fight to the end to achieve our aim."

Source: Team_Talk