The English Championship loan window closes at the end of November and Wolverhampton’s Kenny Jackett is being especially active after the club officially confirmed the signing of Danny Graham and Tomasz Kuszczak.
Tomasz Kuszczak is a 32 year old goalkeeper who used to be a player of Manchester United and has now joined Wolverhampton Wanderers on a loan deal which is going to last until January of 2015. The Polish shot-stopper is expected to be a back-up option for Carl Ikeme at the Championship League club.
"I'm very pleased, I think it's a big club, definitely a club that deserves to be in the Premier League and I want to be a part of this club. It was always my dream to be a footballer, football is my world. I am a part of the Wolves family now and I'm going to give everything to help them." Tomasz Kuszczak said after joining Wolverhampton Wanderers.
The other signing which has been confirmed and announced to the public is Danny Graham who will be playing for the Championship League club until the end of December.
Danny Graham is an emergency loan signing after YannickSagbo was recalled by his parent club Hull City a few days ago and this forced Wolverhampton on having to make a quick move for another striker and they landed with Graham who was mostly just sitting on the bench of Sunderland and decided to switch over to Wolverhampton on a very short loan deal.
"Wolves is a good club and this is a good opportunity for me to try and play some regular football and get back to scoring goals." Danny Graham told reporters after having joined the English Championship League club.
Kenny Jackett stated that he will keep his eyes opened in search for any other player that can arrive to Wolverhampton on a temporary deal before the loan window reaches its end on November 27.