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McCarthy loving Wolves life

Molineux boss hopes to remain in charge for a decade

Last Updated: 26/07/11 8:49am

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McCarthy: Hopes to stay in charge of Wolves for a decade

McCarthy: Hopes to stay in charge of Wolves for a decade

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Manager Mick McCarthy hopes to remain in charge of Wolves for at least another five years.

The 52-year-old is the eighth longest serving boss in the Premier League after completing five years at Molinuex.

And ahead of Wednesday's pre-season friendly at Celtic, McCarthy hopes to complete a decade with Wolves, who avoided Premier League relegation on the final day of the last campaign.

"I love being here, I love the club and I live in the area. I've been five years in the same house in December," he said in the Daily Express.

"I hope I'm here for the next five years. I've no desire to do anything else except make us better and become a better team, a better club and keep progressing.

"I wouldn't say that we are comfortable, or complacent, or thinking it is going to be easy. Don't misunderstand me.

"But I'm comfortable here and I would say the players are comfortable in the knowledge that they can compete in the Premier League.

"Let's hope we can prove that again next season."

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