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Wolves star Stephen Hunt claims he could be back in the Premier League next season.

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Stephen Hunt: Could be seen in the Premier League next season

Stephen Hunt: Could be seen in the Premier League next season

The 31-year-old has been released by Wanderers following their relegation to League One and is already attracting interest from clubs in the top flight and the Championship, as well as abroad.

"I've had an offer from a club in Germany, two or three offers from Championship clubs and a couple of sniffs from Premier League clubs as well," he told Wolves' website.

"So I'm going to sit tight for two or three weeks and gauge what is best before deciding on a next move which is a very important one given the age I am at."

Hunt also refused to rule out returning to Molineux in the future, possibly as a manager or coach.

"I do plan to do my coaching badges and hopefully become a manager when I finish playing," he added.

"Maybe one day I can come back to Wolves in another capacity - it may be a fair way off but I wouldn't rule it out. Stranger things have happened."

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