Kevin Doyle is in no rush to decide his future with his contract at Wolves running out at the end of the summer. He's received a generous offer of three year deal with the Colorado Rapids in the MLS, but is reluctant to move his family at this time - Doyle is expecting the birth of his second child in the coming weeks.
Doyle hasn't played for Wolves since last season, and his loan spell at Crystal Palace for the first half of the season saw him make only one start and four substitute appearances, scoring one goal in his 148 minutes. That one start was in the Capital One cup. Despite the lack of gametime, he remains firmly in Martin O'Neill's plans, having scored for Ireland this season in one start and one sub appearance.
The Irish Times is reporting that Doyle is content to wait until the summer and weigh up his options once his Wolves contract runs out.
Meanwhile, Sean St. Ledger's search for a new club could be at an end soon. He will find out in the next number of days whether he has done enough on trial at Orlando City to earn a contract.
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