Craddock signs new Wolves deal

The 35-year-old was offered a new deal by manager Mick McCarthy at the end of last season.

“It’s good news that the contract is all done and dusted and I can concentrate on the year ahead,” said Craddock.

“This time last year I was thinking it would be my last season so to get another 12 months is a big achievement.”

Wolves are reportedly looking to improve their defensive options in the summer.

Craddock added: “There may be competition but it’s never a problem for me when a new centre-half comes in.

“It’s all about what benefits the club. If I have to scrap it out with another centre-half, so be it.

“I just need to give myself the best opportunity to be involved at the start of the season.”