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Hammill To Huddersfield

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19:57 24th June 2013

Winger becomes a Terrier

Wolves winger Adam Hammill has today joined Huddersfield Town on a permanent three-year contract, with the terms between the two Clubs remaining undisclosed.

 

Hammill arrived from Barnsley in January 2011 and has made 27 appearances for Wolves, of which 14 have come from the bench.

 

Last season, he featured 16 times in the Championship for the Terriers, scoring two goals, during a four-month loan spell.

 

During the 2011/12 season he also spent a spell on loan with Middlesbrough making ten appearances.

 

The move, completed after a medical today, will see Hammill link-up with Huddersfield manager, Mark Robins, after the two previously worked together during their respective times at Barnsley.

 

Wolves would like to thank Adam for his contribution and wish him all the best for the future.

 

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