Exciting winger Adam Hammill joined Wolves on a three-and-a-half year contract in January, 2011.
The former England-under-19 international moved for an undisclosed fee from Barnsley where he had already scored eight goals in the first half of the 2010/11 season.
In total he has made 70 appearances for the Tykes, whom he initially joined on loan in February 2009.
Born in Liverpool, Hammill began his career with the Reds Academy and was part of the team which defeated Manchester City in the 2006 FA Youth Cup Final.
While at Liverpool he enjoyed loan spells with Dunfermline in Scotland - including featuring in a Scottish Cup Final - Southampton and Blackpool.
Hammill picked up England-Under-19 honours back in 2006, and scored in a victory against Switzerland in November, 2006.
He made his Wolves debut by coming off the bench in the latter stages of the club's 1-0 defeat to former club Liverpool in January, 2011.
Making seven Premier League starts and three appearances a substitute in that first Wolves season, Hammill also landed a first England Under-21 cap, coming off the bench against Iceland in March, 2011.