Jed Wallace was Wolves’ first close-season signing ahead of the 2015/16 season, signing a three-year deal to join from Portsmouth.
Reading-born Wallace emerged to the fore at Portsmouth after being signed from Lewes and made his league debut at Swindon on New Year’s Day in 2013.
He quickly emerged as a key figure in the Pompey midfield, and has been top scorer in each of the last two seasons with seven and 17 goals respectively.
He won six Player of the Year trophies at the end of this season, and was named in the PFA League Two Team of the Year.
In total he had made 121 appearances for Portsmouth, scoring 30 goals, and also had one England Under-19 appearance to his name.
A pre-season injury hampered his early efforts to make an impression at Wolves, but a loan spell with Millwall got things going for Wallace who returned to Wolves with an impressive performance at promotion-chasing Burnley.
He made a further three appearances before the end of the season and will be returning for 2016/17 keen to build on that promise and cement a first team place.