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Sheyi Ojo explains rationale behind Wolves switch

05 August 2015, 15:01

London - Four days before the start of the new season, Championship outfit Wolverhampton Wanderers have announced the signing of Sheyi Ojo on a season-long loan from Liverpool.

The England youth international has explained the rationale behind his move to The Molineux Stadium.

''Brendan Rodgers told me that he wants me to get more experience and Wolves is a great place to do that,'' Sheyi Ojo told wolves.co.uk.

''It’s a club moving forward, trying to get promotion. I’m just really happy to be a part of it; hopefully I can make a good impression and do well this season.''

Also read: Wolves close in on Sammy Ameobi

The 18-year-old has spent few days with Wolves but he is impressed with the facilities on offer at Molineux and Compton Park.

He said: ''It’s a really good club. It’s got great facilities. All of the players are nice, they have welcomed me to the club and the staff are brilliant as well.

"I’ve heard a lot about the attacking force with Benik Afobe and Nouha Dicko so I’m looking forward to linking up with them.''

Having been involved in pre-season training with Liverpool, the Anglo-Nigerian is in good physical condition, and could debut for his new employer in their season opener against Blackburn Rovers at Ewood Park on Saturday.

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