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Wolves explain reason behind Sheyi Ojo's return to Liverpool

25 December 2015, 12:42

London - Wolverhampton Wanderers FC manager Kenny Jackett, has explained the reason behind Sheyi Ojo playing for the Liverpool Under 21s in a recent fixture against Norwich City despite being on loan at the Molineux Stadium until June 30, 2016.

The Anglo-Nigerian winger has found playing opportunities difficult to come by at Wolves since the start of this month, with the England youth international failing to make the match day squad in four games on the spin.

Also read: Sheyi Ojo explains rationale behind Wolves switch

On Monday, Ojo went the distance as Liverpool U21s played out a goalless draw with the Canaries at Carrow Road in the U21 Premier League.

''In terms of the overall situation ourselves and Liverpool will be summing it up in January to see where we are,'' Jackett said.

"If he doesn't get any games for us then as long as it doesn't clash with our games, the odd game for their under-21s will help him tick over.”

Jackett added: "He hasn’t got any minutes on the pitch of late, mainly due to the emergence of Jordan Graham, who has done very well.

Ojo has figured for Wolves 18 times in all competitions since arriving the club from Liverpool in the summer and has been involved in seven goals.

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