Rhys is a local boy from Cannock, who was first spotted whilst playing for Cannock and District Schoolboys, in a game v Wolverhampton Schools representative side.
He successfully completed a trial with us whilst an Under 16 and was soon offered a scholarship at the club.
Joe is another local recruit from Trench in Telford.
He was playing for Wrekin Tigers when he was signed by Wolves Academy as an Under 15 player, as a result of the successful ‘scout report back’ system implemented by Wolves recruitment staff.
Ross has been at Wolves Academy for 8 year and started out with our Under 9 team back in 2006.
He is a Scottish International U16 and U17 player who played in last season’s Victory Shield for his national team.
During his time at Wolves he has lived in Uttoxeter and attended Thomas Alleyne’s High School.
He has also played for Staffordshire County Schools FA representative sides.
Connor from Kettering had spent time as a schoolboy with Northampton Town before joining Wolves as an Apprentice.
He played several games for us at Under 16 level before a decision was made to give him a full time opportunity at Wolves.
He enjoyed a good first season as an Apprentice.
Ryan is another local lad from Chasetown who has been at the club since he was eight years old joining our Under 9 squad back in 2006.
Through his persistence and hard work, Ryan has forced his way into the Welsh International Squads.
He qualifies to play for Wales through his Grandparents
Conor hails from County Wexford and is another player Wolves have recruited from the Republic of Ireland.
He continues to be a regular feature in the International teams.
He was virtually full time with Wolves throughout his Under 16 year and this in addition to his first year as an Apprentice, he is now well settled in the Wolverhampton area.
Bradley has only been at Wolves for a relatively short period of time.
A Birmingham boy who attended Smiths Wood Sports College was spotted whilst playing for Solihull Juniors and his Sunday team Kingshurst.
He was invited in to trial, and he was signed after impressing in U16 games.
Razvan is from Romania and originates from Arad in Eastern Romania close to the border with Hungary.
He is another player with useful international experience and he is a regular starter for his national team.
He speaks good English and he has settled very well in Wolverhampton after spending a considerable amount of time at the club during his U16 year.
Connor joined Wolves as an apprentice to play in Category One Academy football, following his time as a schoolboy player at Rochdale FC. After an impressive first year as an Apprentice at Wolves he has now been invited to compete for a place in Wolves senior teams. From Lancashire he now lives in Wolverhampton with one of the clubs host families not far from Molineux.
Bright joined us after having short spells with other local academies.
A Nigerian national who has settled superbly at Wolves, and a player who has impressed senior coaches at the club.