By Harvey Byrne
Danny Batth has shared that his delight following team-mate Dave Edwards’ new two-and-a-half year deal with Wolves.
The 30-year-old Wales international was rewarded with a contract extension on Monday morning with his old deal set to run out next summer.
He has been a regular member of the starting eleven despite the change in management and scoring four goals alongside five assists in 19 appearances.
Captain Batth was one of many Wolves players to congratulate Edwards on his personal Twitter account, stating that he couldn’t speak highly enough of his team-mate.
It has been a good week for Edwards, who also scored the opener in the 2-1 victory over QPR last Thursday evening.
The midfielder has now been at Wolves for eight years, after moving from Luton in a £675,000 deal in 2008.
He has featured in 274 encounters for the Midlands side in total, scoring 38 goals and providing 14.
Edwards will now be looking to make more appearances for the club and the next fixture brings a home match at Molineux against Fulham.
The Cottagers are ten places above Wolves in the league table in 10th and beat Reading in a convincing 5-0 victory on Saturday.
Meanwhile, Wolves will be looking to push on from their win last Thursday, which marked their fist victory in nine matches.
In other Wolves news, fans reacted to Ivan Cavaleiro’s display against QPR.