Wolves Women manager Dan McNamara has wished midfielder Chloe Williams well following the Wales under-19 international’s transfer to Manchester United.
“It’s a great achievement and I am delighted for Chloe,” said McNamara after seeing the 18-year-old protégé switch to the Women’s Super League club.
“When I first came in as manager,” added the Wolves boss, “she was part of the Under-18’s squad but it was clear to see that she was a real talent.
“After her debut against Coventry United she went from strength to strength and she deserves her opportunity with the Man United Under-21’s.
“I think the step-up for Chloe is testament to everything that our club are currently doing in terms of player development.
“Yes, it will always be about our club and the success we have as a group. But we have to be proud of producing players of such quality – and there are more coming through the system.”
“I would like to thank Chloe for her hard work and hopefully one day we may see her back in a Wolves shirt competing alongside the biggest sides in the country.”
Attacking midfielder Tammi George has also left for pastures new and McNamara said: “Tammi was also part of the under-18 squad when I first came in.
“She was a real leader within that group and she has been fantastic during my time at the club.
“But she felt she needed a new challenge and decided her future was away from Wolves. I would like to wish her success in the next step on her football journey.”