Wolves part company with Jamie O'Hara and Tongo Doumbia
Wolves have cancelled midfielder Jamie O'Hara's contract by mutual consent.
The 27-year-old Londoner was signed, initially on loan, from Spurs by Mick McCarthy in January 2011, completing a £5m move to Molineux six months later.
But he made just 57 appearances in his three-and-a-half years with Wolves, having been dogged by injuries, before falling out of favour.
Wolves have also got another high earner off their books, having sold Mali's Tongo Doumbia to Toulouse.
|Jamie O'Hara's bosses at Molineux|
|Mick McCarthy: Signed him in January 2011. O'Hara made 31 appearances for Wolves before McCarthy was sacked in February 2012|
|Terry Connor: Three appearances, before a groin injury ended his season. Connor replaced following Wolves' relegation, May 2012|
|Stale Solbakken: O'Hara did not feature until 20 December. Played in four successive defeats before Solbakken was sacked in January 2013|
|Dean Saunders: Played 17 times before Saunders was sacked at the end of the season following a second successive relegation in May 2013|
|Kenny Jackett: O'Hara made just two appearances under him during the 2013-14 season when they were promoted from League One|
The 25-year-old Mali midfielder, who spent last season on loan with Valenciennes, has returned to France by signing for Ligue 1 club Toulouse for an undisclosed fee.
Wolves still have three other players from their Premier League days - striker Kevin Doyle and defenders Roger Johnson and Kevin Foley - who they are keen to get off their books.
Along with Togo winger Razak Boukari and defender Georg Margreitter, they have all been told that they are not part of head coach Kenny Jackett's first-team squad, are open to offers and currently train at Compton under Steve Hodge in the afternoons.
O'Hara was linked last season with a move to Championship side Blackpool, while Torquay United, then in League Two, also enquired.
And, on Friday morning, Portsmouth manager Andy Awford ruled out reports of O'Hara returning to Fratton Park.
O'Hara spent two separate spells on loan with Pompey during the 2009-10 season, prior to joining Wolves.