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Matt Jarvis tells Wolves he wants to leave

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Matt Jarvis has become the latest Wolves player to tell the club he wants to leave to secure a Premier League move.

Matt Jarvis has become the latest Wolves player to tell the club he wants to leave to secure a Premier League move.

Tabloid stories today claimed the 26-year-old winger has submitted a transfer request, but unlike team-mate Steven Fletcher, he hasn't put his request in writing.

Jarvis has made his position clear over the last few weeks that he wants to quit Molineux as the club have continued to reject bids for him, culminating in them turning down a £9m deal from West Ham yesterday.

The Hammers offered £6m up front plus a further £3m in unguaranteed add-ons, but it wasn't enough to tempt Wolves.

Jarvis is due to play in this afternoon's Capital One Cup first round tie against Aldershot at Molineux.

The one-capped England international is the latest player to express a desire to leave Wolves after Steven Fletcher submitted a written transfer request this week and Christophe Berra previously stated his intentions to leave, while Dorus De Vries wants to join Liverpool, who have had two bids rejected for him.

Michael Kightly joined Stoke in a £3m deal this week after rejecting a new deal, while the club is prepared to listen to offers for Adam Hammill.

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