Wolves have confirmed the signing of young Danish goalkeeper Andreas Sondergaard on a two-and-a-half year deal.
The 17-year-old has made the switch to Molineux and will join up with the Under-23 squad.
Sondergaard has represented Denmark at a number of age levels, with his most recent appearances coming with the U17s as the national squad made it through the first round of the UEFA European Championship qualifiers.
Following the arrival of the player, Wolves sporting director Kevin Thewell spoke of the club's ambition to develop the goalkeeper into a first-team player.
"The club has got a long and strong tradition of developing young goalkeepers and we see Andreas to be no different in maintaining that successful line," Thewell told Wolves' official website.
"He's a very tall boy and he's going to develop all of the physical attributes to become a top goalkeeper and he's technically excellent.
"We hope the attributes are going to stand him in good stead for a positive future at the club," he added.