Adam is a local boy from Featherstone, who has been at Wolves since joining our Academy in 2011.
He attended Cheslyn Hay High School and he has represented our junior teams well prior to joining the club full time on the Apprenticeship programme.
Michael joined the club after impressing in trial games at the end of the Under-16 season.
He decided to make the move from Croydon to Wolverhampton in order to take up the offer of an apprenticeship at Wolves after spending some time at Crystal Palace.
From Stechford in Birmingham, Nyeko attended the John Henry Newman Catholic College.
He joined Wolves at the age of 12 and has committed himself well to Academy football since that time.
We hope that Nyeko continues to make good progress now that he has joined the club full time.
Brandon joined Wolves Academy as an Under 11 player back in 2009.
From Dudley, Brandon attended Bramford Primary and High Arcal School before joining other schoolboys on the Wolves' full time training programme.
Cameron John joined Wolves after initially agreeing to take up an Apprenticeship at Southend United.
He decided to make the move from Essex to Wolverhampton in July 2015, and he got to know staff and players on the Youth Team group's pre-season tour to Holland.
He follows in the footsteps of Dominic Iorfa in that he has joined Wolves Academy from Southend United, but Cameron lived and went to school in Upminster.
A local boy from Perton, Owen attended Perton Middle School and Codsall High School before joining the Wolves Full Time schoolboy programme as an Under 16 player.
He has been at the club since the age of seven and we all hope that he continues to progress.
Christian is from Levice in Slovakia.
He joined Wolves following a trial period in 2014 when he was playing for FC Nitra in his home country.
He decided to make the move to Wolverhampton and joined us as an Under 16 player.
Christian was a regular in his national team's Under 16 squad and he has continued to represent his country at Under 17 and Under 19 levels.
Akeal is from Halesowen, where he attended Windsor High School.
After joining Wolves Under 11 squad, he has been a regular in the midfield of our Academy teams ever since.
He now joins the Wolves apprenticeship programme and will be working hard to impress further at the club.
Sam is from Bishops Castle in Shropshire.
He has been at Wolves since the age of 10, and he has represented Shropshire Schoolboys County squad for three seasons.
A player who was registered on the Wolves Full Time programme, Sam has been a regular member of the Wales national squads and represented them on many occasions at Under 16 and Under 17 levels.
A local boy from Wolverhampton, Niall has been at Wolves since the age of seven and he has been a regular in Academy teams over the past ten years. He attended Claregate junior school and Kings secondary school before joining the full time programme at Wolves last year. After making his England Under 16 debut against Mexico in 2014, he has gone on to make further International appearances and scored a couple of goals. He had some involvement with the first team during pre-season ahead of the 2016/17 campaign, and scored on his first senior start in the friendly against Cork City.
From Hamilton, Lanarkshire in Scotland, Jordan made his senior league debut for Airdrie United in a game against Livingston at the age of 14, and he joined Wolves a year later.
He now starts his apprenticeship after gaining International recognition whilst at Wolves through his selection for the Scottish Under 16 team. This is an important year for Jordan.
Tom is from Blyth in the North East of England where he attended Cramlington Learning village. He joined Wolves towards the end of his Under 16 year after spending sometime at Sunderland FC.
Rory is from Northern Ireland. He was initially seen by Wolves scouts playing for Derry City in the Milk Cup and a year later he was watched whilst he was playing for his National Under 16 team, and for the Belfast based Crusaders FC.
Brad has been at Wolves since he was 8 years of age, and he has played for Academy sides throughout all of the age groups. He is from Stafford, where he attended King Edward VI High School until he was invited onto the Wolves Full Time programme in 2014
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Morgan has been at Wolves since he was 8 years of age, and he has played for Academy sides throughout all of the age groups. He is from Stafford, where he attended Sir Graham Balfour School until he was invited onto the Wolves Full Time programme in 2014. Morgan played for England U17s last season.
Ryan has been at Wolves since he was 7 years of age, and he has played for Academy sides throughout all of the age groups. He is from Telford where he attended The Telford Priory School.
Josh has been at Wolves since he was 7 years of age, and he has played for Academy sides throughout all of the age groups. Josh is from Wednesbury where he attended Wood Green Academy before being invited onto the Wolves Full Time Programme in 2014.
Dan is from Dublin and he has been a regular member of Republic of Ireland junior sides. He joined Wolves from Belvedere FC as a 14 year old and moved to live with a host family in Wolverhampton. He was spotted by Wolves’ Irish based scout, Willie Byrne whilst playing for his national team.
Dominic is from Sunderland and was a registered player in Hartlepool’s Academy before being invited to join Wolves as a 14 year old. He has lived in Wolverhampton since that time and has been part of the Wolves Full Time Programme.
Dion is a local boy from Wednesfield, where he attended Heath Park High school. Dion has been at Wolves since the age of 9 years of age and he has played for our Academy sides throughout all of the age groups.
Joel is from Netherton, Dudley and he attended Hillcrest School before being invited onto Wolves Full time Programme in 2015. He has been at Wolves since the age of 8 years of age and he has played for our Academy sides throughout all of the age groups.
Elliott is a recent addition to Wolves Academy ranks. He is from Preston and he was previously a registered player at his home town club. He is a regular in the Scotland International squads for his age groups and he felt a move to Wolves category one academy would help his career progress.