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UPDATED 02:40 2nd October 2013

James Henry arrived at Wolves on a three-month loan in September, 2013.

The winger made the temporary switch from Millwall, under whom he made an impressive impact having enjoyed two previous loans with the Lions.

His tally of goals for Millwall prior to moving to Wolves including some spectacular efforts from distance, as well as a hat trick against Tranmere.

Henry started his career with Reading having come through the Academy and also enjoyed loan spells with Nottingham Forest, Bournemouth and Norwich prior to joining Millwall.

Having credited Kenny Jackett with helping him produce the best football of his career whilst at Millwall, Henry was delighted to link up again with Wolves’ Head Coach and made an impressive debut in a 3-0 win at Colchester.

The initial loan spell was ultimately turned into a permanent deal, and Henry's impressive impact in the title winning League One season of 2013/14 included ten goals and ten assists.

He then made 37 league appearances back in the Championship in the 2014/15 campaign, scoring five goals, including a scorching last gasp equaliser at Bolton which was voted by fans as the Goal of the Season.

Born in Reading, Henry has also represented both England and Scotland at Under-19 level, qualifying for the latter via his parents.