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Red Letter Day for Daniel

Glenn Hoddle has once again showed that just because he isn't talking, doesnt mean he isn't acting.

Wolves fans have often expressed concern at the lack of left sided competition.

But today Acadamy graduate Daniel Jones signed a three and a half year deal, strengthening Glenn Hoddles options in that department.

Daniel joined wolve at the age of 9 but his career was threatened when in 2004 he broke his thigh bone in a training ground accident.

Since then he has worked hard to regain his fitness and now all his efforts have been rewarded.

Daniel is a strong and fast predominantly left footed player who can play at left back and in midfield.

He has represented Wolves at Youth and Reserve level, and is now looking to make the step up to the first team.

Welcome to the pack Daniel





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Date:Tuesday January 31 2006

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