The Wolves have officially renewed the contracts of two crucial players.

This week, Jose Sa officially signed a new contract with the Wolves, and his teammates have been reacting.

Despite the troubles at Molineux, Wolves’ number one has had a fantastic start to the season.

Jose Sa signs a new deal that will last through 2027, with an option for an additional year incorporated into the agreement.

This ensures that one of Wolves’ top performances in recent years will be there for the long haul.

His teammates couldn’t contain their joy after hearing the news.

Wolves players react to new deal for Jose Sa
After the agreement was announced, Sa posted on Instagram, “What a great pleasure to sign another year with this club, with this family.” “A WOLF is a WOLF forever.” Pedro Neto responded to the news in the comments, writing, “What a beautiful thing,” followed by heart eyes emojis. He was clearly overjoyed to see his fellow Portuguese national stay.

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Pablo Sarabia was another who sent a message with the words “Congratulations” followed by a heart and applauding emoji.

His goalkeeping counterpart Tom King simply said, “Very Good.”

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“We’re excited that Jose will be part of this next stage and cycle we’ll be going through, and he’ll play an important role in that, on and off the pitch,” Wolves sporting director Matt Hobbs said to club media. He’s enthusiastic about what we’re trying to accomplish, but he also recognizes how essential people in his position are to us.

“It’s something he’s earned.” He’s been a vital player for us and a leader off the field, and he’s only getting better. It’s a reward for his hard work, but it also demonstrates how important he is to us.

“He can see where the club is going and what we’re looking to do in the coming windows, so he’s excited about that as well.” He’s a winner who accepts responsibility and wants us to move forward.”

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