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Wolves have signed defender Sam Ricketts, whose contract with Bolton was cancelled earlier on Thursday

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Sam Ricketts: Released by Bolton

Sam Ricketts: Released by Bolton

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The Wales international joined Bolton in a £2m move from Hull City four years ago and went on to make over 100 appearances for Wanderers.

He was a regular starter under Owen Coyle and Dougie Freedman last season, making 35 appearances.

A club statement read: "Bolton Wanderers would like to thank Sam for his services to the club and wishes him well in his future endeavours."

Ricketts has now signed a two-year deal with Wolves, who are looking for a quick return to the Championship after their relegation last season.

The 31-year-old is reunited with Kenny Jackett at Molineux after enjoying considerable success under him at Swansea City.

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