Wolves midfielder Darren Potter has been taken off the transfer list at Molineux, having vowed to fight for a first-team future.
The 23-year-old has fallen down the pecking order with Wolves in recent times, but has decided to try and regain a regular spot in boss Mick McCarthy's plans.
He told the club's official website: "I never wanted to leave anyway, so I was more than happy when the gaffer asked me if I wanted to be taken off the list.
"He spoke to me before the friendly with Coventry and now I just want to concentrate on my football and win a place back in the team.
"I realise that it isn't going to be easy, especially with the way the lads are playing."
Potter initially joined Wolves on loan from Liverpool in August 2006, before making the move permanent the following January.
He has scored once in 67 appearances for the Black Country club to date.