Goalkeeper Dorus De Vries stands 6'3 tall and has represented the Dutch at under-21 level.
He joined Wolves on a free transfer in the summer of 2011, signing a three-year deal after his contract at Barclays Premier League new boys Swansea came to an end.
De Vries began his professional career in his native Holland with Stormvogels Telstar and moved to Den Haag before a switch to Scotland with Dunfermline.
His spell with Dunfermline saw him play in the 2007 Scottish Cup Final when they were beaten 1-0 by Celtic.
The cup final proved the last of De Vries' 34 appearances in the one season spent with Dunfermline, his form earning him a chance to move down South by joining Swansea.
In the four season spent in South Wales, De Vries chalked up just over 200 appearances and helped the club to two promotions to ensure a climb from League One up to a first ever campaign in the Premier League.
The 2009/10 Championship season saw De Vries keep a club record 25 clean sheets, also picking up the division's Golden Glove award.
He was a League ever present in Swansea's promotion winning 2010/11 campaign and, including play-off and League Cup games, he took part in 51 fixtures shutting out the opposition out on 23 occasions.