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O'Hara clinches permanent Wolves deal

21st June 2011 - Berko Tau

Jamie O'Hara will now continue playing football games for Wolverhampton Wanderers, as he has joined the club on a permanent basis.

O'Hara has agreed a five-year-contract after impressing Wolves during his recent loan spell, which would have expired on June 30th. A fee for the transfer has not been disclosed.

Wolves chief executive officer Jez Moxey told the club's website: "We are delighted to make Jamie our first confirmed signing of the summer particularly given the impressive loan spell he enjoyed with us over the second half of last season."

Mr Moxey also asserted that O'Hara made a very positive impact both on and off the pitch during his loan spell.

Jamie O'Hara will become a permanent member of the Wolves squad on July 1st.

Wolves' fight against relegation last year was bolstered markedly by the midfielder's contributions, which helped the team to survive the drop by one point. 

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