Andy Lonergan signed a two-year contract – with a further year’s option in Wolves’ favour – after joining from Fulham in the close season of 2016.
Lonergan, who made 31 appearances for Fulham during the 2015/16 campaign, had made 368 career outings in total before joining Wolves and is vastly experienced in the Sky Bet Championship, the majority of those appearances coming during an 11-year stint with Preston North End.
Lonergan made his debut for Preston under David Moyes in a League Cup tie as a 16-year-old, after which he went out on several loans before becoming the first choice keeper.
He won the club’s Player of the Year award in both the 2008/09 and 2009/10 seasons before joining Leeds United in 2011.
Having made 38 appearances in his only season at Elland Road, Lonergan moved to Bolton where he made 63 appearances in three years before the switch to Fulham in the summer of 2015.