Teenage striker Jake Cassidy joined Wolves on a permanent basis from Airbus UK Broughton in August, 2010, having enjoyed an impressive trial with the club.
The week's trial also included scoring an excellent individual goal as the Development Squad beat Telford 4-2 in a friendly.
Cassidy arrived from Airbus for an undisclosed fee, signing a two-year contract with a further year's option in Wolves' favour.
Brought up in Glan Conwy in North Wales, Cassidy played football as a youngster and joined Llandudno Junction in the Welsh Alliance as a 16-year-old, scoring 28 goals in 32 games in the 2009/10 season.
That earned him the step-up to the Welsh Premier League with Airbus UK, where his seven goals in seven pre-season friendlies, including strikes against Wrexham and a young Everton XI, caused plenty of interest.
As it was he was destined never to turn out in a competitive game for Airbus as Wolves made their move and snapped up the teenage frontman, who initially went into the Development Squad set-up to work under coach Steve Weaver.
Shortly after his arrival he earned a first call up for the Wales-under-19 squad, then adding another Wolves goal in a behind-closed-doors friendly win against Burton Albion at Compton.