John Ruddy is backup goalkeeper Wolverhampton Confirmed that he wants to go back to grab the first hand again before retiring from the pole,
The 34-year-old Dan is with the “Wolves” as a substitute for the fourth season, having Ruddy played only 23 matches in all competitions. Since the 2018/19 season,
The good blood goalkeeper still has a contract at Molineux until next summer only. And can move out for free after the season,
Ruddy is into his fourth season as backup stopper at Molineux.
although Ruddy insists that he wants to return to play again before announcing his retirement from football. And want to get a coach’s license before that time as well.
“I still have another year on my contract with Wolves, so next year we’ll see what’s left. Hopefully I can get back to where I played again,” he told.
“I still have goals and ambitions in my career. I certainly won’t be retiring to get my Ruddy coach’s license anytime soon. But I would like to have a license before I retire. so that I have something to do when I want You never know what will happen in the future.
“Before I do retire I’d like to have the qualifications in place so that’s something I can go into as and when I’d like to. You never know what’s round the corner.”
Ruddy’s current contract at Wolves is due to expire at the end of the season.