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Journalist thinks Wolves may regret not adding another attacker

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Express & Star journalist believes that Wolves may well regret not bringing in another striker, but it wasn’t through the lack of trying.

Just a couple of days before the transfer window shut, Wolves unveiled Hwang Hee-chan, who signed a season-long loan deal with an option to buy according to BBC Sport, but did also look to try and bring Wales international Kieffer Moore to Molineux also.

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Telegraph football reporter John Percy reported on his Twitter account that Wolves made a late move for Moore on deadline day, but Moore remained a Cardiff City player beyond the deadline.

Hatfield thinks Wolves may regret not bringing in another attacker but recognises their efforts to make a signing in that area.

“I think it is a position that the club wanted to strengthen by the looks of it and they may well regret that decision not to bring someone in, although it wasn’t through the lack of trying,” Hatfield told This is Futbol.

After a tough start to the new campaign which saw Wolves lose their opening three matches 1-0 against Leicester City, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United, new manager Bruno Lage saw his team’s fortunes turnaround as they won three of their next four matches against Watford, Southampton and Newcastle.

New signing Hwang also found the back of the net in both the and Newcastle matches and is the club’s leading goal scorer on three goals so far this season.

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