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Done Deal: Wolves sign up winger on two-year deal

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James Henry has signed a new two-year deal with Wolverhampton Wanderers, which will see him committed to the club until at least the summer of 2017, the club have confirmed.

Henry has signed a new deal at Wolves

Henry has signed a new deal at Wolves

However, the contract agreement includes a potential extra year that could see the winger at Molineux for up to three-years.

The versatile winger has put pen-to-paper to agree a new deal with the West-Midlands club that will see him focused on the task ahead at Wolves.

The Sky Bet Championship club currently sit 18th in the league after a disappointing start to the season, but the new contract agreement between Henry and the club will be a boost that is welcomed by all involved at Wolves.

The winger initially signed for the club at the start of 2014 after a successful loan spell at Molineux, and he has gone on the make 55 starts in a Wolves short thus far.

And the new contract will hopefully see the winger cement himself as a fan favourite.

Speaking to the club’s official website about the new contract, he said: “I wanted to stay and play my football for this great club and I’m delighted that it’s done.

“I’m delighted to get it sorted and secure my future here for the next couple of years. Hopefully we can crack on now and get ourselves up the table.”

His boss Kenny Jackett echoed his statements and added: “It’s good news. We’re really pleased with James, he’s battled hard this season and been one of our better players.

“He’s a natural winger that gets a lot of crosses in every game, his set piece delivery has been very good so far this season as well.”

So, with the contract negotiations over, Wolves now have a difficult task ahead of them to reinvigorate the form that they found last season.

Narrowly missing out on the play-offs last season was a disappointment for the club and they will be hoping to go one better this season.

And despite a negative start to the season, Henry will be hoping that he can be an important figure in Kenny Jackett’s Wolves team.

Wolves fans….. Are you happy that Henry has signed a new deal? Let us know in the comments below!


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