- Nationality: Spanish
- DOB: 03/03/1994
- Height: 5'9" (175cm)
- Weight: 11st 0lbs (70kg)
A committed and determined figure, Jonny has been a picture of consistency in old gold, after joining Wolves upon their promotion to the Premier League in 2018.
After two hugely consistent campaigns in old gold, two serious knee injuries have disrupted the Spaniard’s recent time at Molineux, but having returned to fitness, he’ll be looking for a more positive 2022/23 campaign.
Having initially joined on loan from Atletico Madrid, Jonny needed just half a season to convince Wolves to make the move permanent in January 2019, and he’s continued to flourish since.
Prior to Wolves, the full-back had been at Celta his entire career until that point, after progressing through the youth system to make more than 200 senior appearances.
In 2016/17 Jonny was a regular fixture in the Celta Vigo side which made it to the semi-final of the Europa League and was narrowly beaten by Manchester United over two legs.
Away from Celta Vigo, Jonny played internationally for four different Spanish youth groups and won the European under-19 Championship back in 2012, before making his senior international debut in 2018.
At Wolves, Jonny bagged his first Wolves goal against Southampton in September 2018 during a solid first campaign, and consistent performances on the left meant he was a regular fixture under Nuno Espirito Santo.
Back-to-back ACL injuries were hugely unlucky, but after returning in February 2022, Jonny fired home goals against Leeds United and Aston Villa, showing promise for the future for the wing-back, who can play on either side.