Man Utd to keep James Wilson, says Wolves boss Kenny Jackett
Manchester United are now unwilling to let striker James Wilson leave on loan, according to Wolves boss Kenny Jackett.
Wilson, 19, was set for a temporary switch to a Championship side, with at least six clubs interested.
But Jackett said: "The information is he's not available. Manchester United are keeping him for the time being.
"There has been a number of clubs who have enquired about him and at one stage they had been saying perhaps he could go."
Wolves had asked about the England Under-21 international as striker Nouha Dicko is out for the season with a serious knee injury.
Wilson has scored four goals in 18 first-team appearances, including two on his debut against Hull in May 2014.
He has not featured at all for United this season.