Ex-Swansea striker Danny Graham has been signed by Wolverhampton Wanderers on a one-month loan deal, the club have confirmed.
The English forward, who was scored 17 Premier League goals in total, has been shipped out to Wolves from parent club Sunderland who paid £5 million to acquire his services in 2013.
The move follows Graham’s stint at Middlesbrough during the back end of last season, where he scored six goals in 18 appearances.
He had hoped to make the move permanent, but Boro boss Aitor Karanka turned his attentions elsewhere and signed Murcia’s talented Spanish forward Kike.
Graham’s stay at Wolves ends on the 31st of December.
Wolves manager Kenny Jackett spoke of his delight to the Wolves club website: “We feel this is a very good move for us,”
“He has the goalscoring record that we are looking for and experience of playing up front in the Championship.
“With our forward line he brings another dimension now with his experience and goalscoring record.
“We look forward to him starting with us on Monday morning and working with the squad towards the Nottingham Forest game.”
“We are really pleased to have signed Danny,” added Head of Football Development and Recruitment Kevin Thelwell.
“He has a proven track record of scoring goals in the Championship, and he finished last season well with Middlesbrough when he got six in 13 games.
“Having met the player, he is raring to get going with us and we are looking forward to him getting started and scoring some goals.”