Wolverhampton Wanderers new boy Jed Wallace is raring to go after hearing the fixtures for the 2015/16 campaign.Wallace joined Wolves from Portsmouth in May and he is looking forward to experiencing Sky Bet Championship football for the first time.
“To play at this level is why I have joined Wolves in the first place and to test myself against the other teams in this division,” he explained.
“I have seen from last season there are some players here as good as anything in the division and I am ready to learn from the players here as well as test myself against the opposition.”
Wolves will return to training in the near future, with Wallace’s focus firmly on impressing manager Kenny Jackett.
The 21-year-old believes that having a productive pre-season will be crucial to his chances of claiming a first-team place when the competitive action starts up again on 8th August.
“I need to do well in pre-season, impress the gaffer, and then hopefully I will get the chance to play in the Championship,” the attacking midfielder, who notched 17 goals in Sky Bet League 2 last season, added.
“I’m really looking forward to getting back to work now.
“There is only so much hanging around you can do in the summer – you have a break for two or three weeks but then you want to get back and after that you want to get back to the day job and playing football again.
“For me joining a new club and the opportunity to meet new people and get going next week is something I am really looking forward to and learning from the players at Wolves who have produced at this level before.”