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Football: Wolves manager is confident of holding on to his leading players

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    <div><img alt="" src="http://hits.guardian.co.uk/b/ss/guardiangu-feeds/1/H.15.1/77239?ns=guardian&pageName=Football%3A+Wolves+will+keep+hold+of+key+players%2C+says+McCarthy&ch=Football&c3=guardian.co.uk&c4=Transfer+window+%28football%29%2CChampionship+%28Football%29%2CWolverhampton+Wanderers+%28Football%29%2CNewcastle+United+%28Football%29%2CFootball%2CSport&c5=Unclassified%2CNot+commercially+useful%2CPremier+League&c6=Stuart+James&c7=2009_01_02&c8=1141535&c9=article&c10=GU&c11=Football&c12=Transfer+window&c13=&c14=&h2=GU%2FFootball%2FTransfer+window" width="1" height="1" /></div><p>Mick McCarthy has said that Wolverhampton Wanderers will not be losing any of their prize assets this month following speculation that Newcastle United were considering making a move for Michael Kightly, the England Under-21 international.</p><p></p><p>With Wolves on course to secure promotion to the Premier League, McCarthy said that the Molineux board will resist any offers and urged his players to be motivated by success rather than money.</p><p></p><p>"I have got no worries about my players," said McCarthy, who is likely to rotate his starting XI for the FA Cup third-round tie at Birmingham City tomorrow (Saturday). "If someone comes to ask me about one of them, I will tell them to sod off. Then they can go to Jez Moxey [the chief executive] and he will tell them to sod off. Then they can go to Steve Morgan [the chairman] and he will tell them to sod off. And if a player comes to me and says that he's unhappy, I will tell them to sod off.</p><p></p><p>"I know there's ridiculous wages in the Premier League but the players [here] have ambitions to do well. Players want to earn big wages but, if they are successful, the financial side will come. It would be great to have a promotion on your CV, to say they helped to get Wolves promoted.</p><p></p><p>"I had a chance this time last year to go to South Korea [as manager]. I could have earned a lot more money. But I wanted to get promotion here and have that on my CV. It's not all about money."</p><div style="float: left; margin-right: 10px; margin-bottom: 10px;"><ul><li><a href="http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/transfer-window">Transfer window</a></li><li><a href="http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/championship">Championship</a></li><li><a href="http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/wolves">Wolverhampton Wanderers</a></li><li><a href="http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/newcastleunited">Newcastle United</a></li></ul></div><a href="http://www.guardian.co.uk">guardian.co.uk</a> &copy; Guardian News & Media Limited 2009 | Use of this content is subject to our <a href="http://users.guardian.co.uk/help/article/0,,933909,00.html">Terms & Conditions</a> | <a href="http://www.guardian.co.uk/webfeeds/1,,1309488,00.html">More Feeds</a>
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