Of course, if Wood is offered a reasonable deal and takes it because he wants to explore other opportunities, he should go for it. I'm not arguing against that at all. I'm arguing against the idea that he should allow himself to be, or that he can be forced out under terms he's not comfortable with. And arguing agains the idea that there is any financial incentive for HSV to punish him by sitting him in the reserves. Unless that can force him to leave, HSV gains nothing financially from that. But if Wood prefers to go for a fresh start and gets a reasonable buy-out, sure.