Niall Ennis is pleased to commit his future to Wolves after signing a new three-year contract with the club ahead of moving on a season-long loan to Doncaster Rovers.
The 20-year-old forward, who made his senior Wolves debut in the FA Cup against Shrewsbury Town last season, has been a key player for the under-23s during the past few years, but knows that if he is to develop into a future first-team starter he needs to get the experience that comes from playing on loan in League One.
On signing a new deal at Wolves
“I’m really happy to get my future sorted out. It’s something I wanted to get done straight away and I just can’t wait to kick on now with my loan.
“It’s good that both the club and I have made a commitment to each other for the future. Having that extra bit of security will allow me to focus on my loan now that it's all sorted.”
On learning from last loan spell
“A lot of what I’ve gone through in the past two years has really helped me mentally. Getting injured while on loan at Shrewsbury also gave me a lot of time to mature as a player.
“During this time, I learnt how to use my body, make sure I’m right for training and prepare myself for matches in the best way I can.”
On heading to Doncaster
“I’m looking forwards to getting started at Doncaster because it’s a club that wants to play football, in a similar way to how we are at Wolves.
“I’m hoping the move will provide me with some league experience as I feel like I’ve got as far as I can in under-23 football and to further my development now I need to be playing men’s football.
“To improve and get to the next level, whether that’s making it at Wolves or whatever the future holds, I need to play men’s football.”
On working under Darren Moore
“I’m excited to learn from Darren because he’s already told me that he knows a lot about me. I think it’s good to know that a manager knows about you before they’ve met you as it shows that he’s taken an interest in me.
“Hopefully I can repay the interest he has shown in me by putting all my efforts into my time at Doncaster.”
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