Ben Goodliffe and Andrew Harris: Wolves sign teenagers for Under-23 squad

Ben Goodliffe
Ben Goodliffe has made four first-team appearances for Boreham Wood

Wolves have signed two young players, central defender Ben Goodliffe from Boreham Wood, and winger Andrew Harris, for next season's Under-23 squad.

An undisclosed fee has been agreed for Goodliffe, 17, who will sign in the summer when the transfer window opens.

Free agent Harris, also 17, arrives following a successful trial.

Goodliffe has made four National League appearances for Wood since the turn of the year, playing a full 90 minutes against both Forest Green and Tranmere.

Boreham Wood academy captain Goodliffe, who has agreed a contract until May 2019, will be allowed to finish his education and play the rest of this season in Hertfordshire before joining Wolves in May.

"Wolves are a big club with a great history," said. "It's just mind-blowing what I'm going to be involved in here."

Harris arrives from the Middlesex-based Conquest Academy in London.

"He is a left-footed winger with considerable pace," said Wolves sporting director Kevin Thelwell. "He has been here on trial for two weeks, and impressed for the Under-18s against West Bromwich Albion and Sunderland."