Wolves confirm Joseph contract
Wolves have announced defender Joseph Joseph has signed his first professional contract with the club.
The youngster has been a key member of the club's Under-18s side and his performances have caught the eye.
Joseph appears to have finally found a home at Molineux after having spells at three other English clubs.
He joined Wolves on a scholarship basis last year after spells at Crystal Palace, West Ham and Southend.
Joseph admitted last year how happy he was to be rewarded with a chance at Wolves.
He told the Express and Star: "The standard was really high (at West Ham), so I was getting better all the time. They have a good academy.
"I was upset to be let go. It hurt. But I did not give up. If I had, I would not be at Wolves now. I knew that sometimes you have to go lower to go higher.
"Southend was good for me. There were opportunities to be seen by more scouts."
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