Wolves this afternoon extended goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey’s loan to Yeovil to October 26.
The Wales international’s month-long stint ends after tomorrow’s visit of Championship leaders QPR.
But with Carl Ikeme in excellent form for Wolves and head coach Kenny Jackett happy with the cover from Aaron McCarey, he is happy for the 26-year-old shotstopper to continue at Huish Park under boss Gary Johnson.
Wolves’ head of football operations Kevin Thelwell said: “I spoke to Gary yesterday and he’s been really pleased with how Wayne’s been performing and wanted to extend the loan.
“That’s good news for all of us and particularly Wayne because he’s back playing and getting into great shape at a good level.”
Hennessey, who has close friend and ex-Wolves captain Karl Henry in opposition tomorrow, has played five games for Johnson’s third-bottom side, conceding 10 goals.
But Wolves’ scouts have kept a close eye on him and have been impressed with his progress after recovering from a twice ruptured cruciate knee ligament.
Thelwell added: “He’s had no issues at all from his previous injury and is getting some games in and looking in good form.”