Following on from the earlier confirmation of Jordan Graham’s loan switch out to Gillingham for the second half of the 2019/20 campaign, there were also a number of other deals confirmed by Wolverhampton Wanderers – and they were young goalkeeper Harry Burgoyne to Shrewsbury and Benny Ashley-Seal to Accrington Stanley.
Having been with us for the last 11 years, 23-year-old Burgoyne has completed a permanent switch out to Shrewsbury and having taken in a number of loan spells as he developed, he leaves having made nine senior appearances for the club since turning professional.
Good luck at @shrewsweb, Harry! 🤝
The keeper has spent 11 years at the club and we'd like to wish him the very best for the future!
— Wolves (@Wolves) January 31, 2020
Just a thanks to all of you Wolves Fans out there for the support over the years. To the staff from the managers to the kit men youve all been a massive part of my life the last 12 years and cant thank you enough! Its now time for me to expand my career! Lets go salop!
— Harry Burgoyne (@BurgoyneH1) January 31, 2020
21-year-old Ashley-Seal will continue his development out with League One side Accrington Stanley for the remainder of the campaign. Having scored 14 times for our Under 23 setup, as well as featuring for the senior side this year, he joins up with teammate Sadou Diallo for the rest of the season.
Benny Ashley-Seal has signed for @ASFCofficial on loan until the end of the season, joining teammate Sadou Diallo.
Good luck for the rest of 2019/20, Benny!
— Wolves Academy (@WolvesAcademy) January 31, 2020
Fans were naturally hoping it would be a great spell for the youngster and that he’d step up to the level admirably.
Good luck & best wishes at Accrington Benny 👍.
— Alan Leese 🏴. (@_AlanLeese) January 31, 2020
— Graham Palmer (@gjp12775) January 31, 2020
Good luck Benny
— YourFootballProgramme (@YfpFootballProg) January 31, 2020
The club also confirmed that 18-year-old Callum Thompson had left on loan, heading for League of Ireland outfit Bohemians until the summer as he looks to gain further first team experience.