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Wolverhampton Wanderers FC Player Profiles

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UPDATED 05:08 13th February 2014

Kortney Hause, who had progressed through the West Ham Academy, went on to join Wycombe Wanderers and made his first team breakthrough in the 2012/13 season with the Chairboys, chalking up 31 appearances and scoring two goals.
He joined Wolves in the January of 2014, and after impressing at Under-21 level during his first few months at Molineux, was included in the touring party for the following pre-season trip to Ireland.
The start of the 2014/15 campaign saw Hause continue his football development with an impressive loan spell with Gillingham, so much so that he was recalled by Wolves Head Coach Kenny Jackett to step up to his senior bow at Molineux.
Used as left back rather than his more natural centre back position, Hause made 17 appearances as he announced himself on Wolves’ first team scene.
His regular appearances for England Under-20s also saw him feature in the 2015 tournament in Toulon.
Although injury punctuated the 2015/16 campaign, Hause’s stock continued to rise as he produced some powerful displays in his customary centre back position, and he enjoyed a post-season boost by playing a key role in England Under-21s victory in the Toulon tournament.