Date: 11th June 2010 at 3:31pm
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Wednesday have completed their fourth signing of the summer by bringing out-of-contract Wolves defender Daniel Jones to Hillsborough on a three-year contract.

The 23-year-old is primarily a left-back but can also play in midfield and will officially become an Owl on Thursday, July 1.

Jones came through the ranks at Wanderers but has only made 11 appearances for the Molineux club.

He told the official SWFC website: ‘It is really important for me to play for a manager that will help my development and I am certain that I have made the right decision to come to Sheffield Wednesday.

‘Another attraction was playing in front of big crowds at a ground such as Hillsborough. I’m absolutely delighted and really looking forward to the new season.’

Owls boss Alan Irvine said: ‘I’m delighted to bring Daniel to the club. I’ve been aware of him since he broke through a few years ago at Wolves.

‘He’s recently been out on loan and played a lot of games in League One, so he’s another player who knows what the division is all about. He’s quick, very athletic and has an excellent left foot.

‘Daniel is a player with potential to really develop. I’ve spoken to him about the fact that we are a coaching club and one that will help develop young players.’

The Dudley-born defender had loan spells with Notts County and in League One with Bristol Rovers last season.