Jordan Graham is a winger currently playing in Wolverhampton Wanderers' first team and Under-21 team.
|Full Name||Jordan Graham|
|Date of Birth||5 March 1995|
|Place of Birth||Coventry, England|
|Current club||Wolverhampton Wanderers|
|Previous club/s||Aston Villa|
Jordan was eight when he joined Aston Villa. An exciting wide player, he progressed through the age groups in the Villa academy before making a big impression with the youth team during his debut season as a scholar, finding the net on seven occasions. In 2012-13, he contributed strongly as Villa won the Under-19 NextGen Series. The following season, Graham enjoyed his first taste of senior professional football with loan stints at Ipswich Town and Bradford City. On 27 November 2014 he joined Wolves, initially on loan, having been on trial there for a short period. His appearances during the loan were severely restricted by a muscle injury, but nonetheless on 5 January 2015 he signed a permanent deal.
He was surprisingly left out of the next first-team pre-season fitness camp, and almost seemed in limbo for the first few weeks of the season. On 28 September he joined league two club Oxford United on a month's loan. This went well, and an extension was agreed, only for Wolves to recall Jordan because of an injury to Rajiv van La Parra. After sitting on the first team bench twice he was then left out of the squad, but he finally made his Wolves first team debut in the Championship on 21 November 2015, in a 2-2 draw at Ipswich Town.
Jordan has represented the Republic of Ireland at Under-15 level and England at Under-16 and Under-17 level.
No data pre 2014-15. Wolves give no squad information for U18 apart from the FA Youth Cup. The Oxford games are all League 2 apart from one start in the JPT. Correct up to 6 December 2015.
|Club||Season||Senior||Under-21 Lge||Under-21 PLC||B'ham Senior Cup||Under-18 Lge||FA Youth Cup|
Jordan was in the Aston Villa squad which won the Next Generation Series in the 2012-13 season, and was player of the tournament in the 2015 Bitzer Cup win in Germany, with Wolves.
He is contracted up to the Summer of 2016, with Wolves holding the option of an additional year.