Karl Henry has this evening completed a deal to join Queens Park Rangers on a two year contract.
As per club policy, the terms of the deal will remain undisclosed after the midfielder today agreed terms and passed a medical to make the switch to Loftus Road.
The move brings an end to a seven-year association for Henry at his hometown club, having been taken on after featuring on trial in a pre-season friendly against Aston Villa in the summer of 2006.
The 30-year-old shared captaincy duties with Jody Craddock during the 2008/09 promotion season, and then established himself in the Premier League, making 272 appearances during his time at Molineux, scoring seven goals.
With Head Coach Kenny Jackett planning to revamp the Wolves squad following his appointment this summer, Henry was made available for transfer during the close season and has now joined QPR.
“We would like to thank Karl for his seven years of service and wish him well for the next chapter of his career,” said Wolves Chief Executive Jez Moxey.