In his tenth season playing for Wolves, England youth international Jack Hodnett is the latest Academy player to give an insight into his life, both on and off the pitch.
Full name: Jack Mikey James Hodnett
Position: Attacking midfielder
Hometown: Telford, West Mids
Previous clubs: Lawley Lightmoor Comets
Time at Wolves: Ten years
What’s your earliest memory in football?
Playing in tournaments during the summer for Lawley Comets which led to me being scouted by Wolves when I was six.
What has been your best moment in football?
Scoring for England against the UAE and making my England debut against Belgium.
What team did you support as a child?
I grew up as a Liverpool fan, but being here for so long now I also support Wolves.
What trophy would you most like to win?
The Champions League or World Cup.
Who are your best friends at Wolves?
The lads I went to school with – Faz [Faisu Sangare], Chem [Campbell], Dean [Pinnington], Youngy [Joe Young].
Who is your funniest teammate?
They’re all quite funny.
Who is your worst dressed teammate?
Jack Scott – he wears this awful jumper!
What are your hobbies outside of football?
Going out with my mates to the cinema.
What would you want to be if not a footballer?
I’d either go into the Army or the Navy or stay in football as a coach.
Sport aside from football: None
Current/former player: Messi and Gerrard
Pair of boots: Nike Mercurials
Social media platform: Instagram
Phone game: 8-Ball Pool
Food/meal: My mum’s Sunday dinner
Film: American Sniper
TV series: Prison Break and Peaky Blinders
Holiday destination: Mexico