Justin Hubner has put pen to paper on his first professional contract with Wolves.
The highly-rated centre-back impressed while playing for Steve Davis' under-18s at the end of last season, having arrived at the club earlier this year.
Hubner was one of nine players inducted into the Academy as a first-year scholar in the summer, and during pre-season, he trained with and played for the under-23s, scoring his first goal for Wolves in a friendly against Sheffield United at Lilleshall.
Head of Academy Scott Sellars told the club's website: “Justin has been with us for seven months now and he's made a really good start to his career at the club.
“He was a regular in the under-18s last season as a 16-year-old and has already played for the under-23s during this pre-season period, scoring a terrific header against Sheffield United.
“We're pleased with his progression, pleased with how he's adapted to English football and he's really settled in well to the club."