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Sheffield Wednesday have signed youngsters Johnny Fenwick and Emmanuel Dieseruvwe to professional contracts at Hillsborough.

The Academy duo agreed terms on one-year deals with the Championship club after impressing for the youth sides during the current campaign.

Defender Fenwick told the club's official website: "It's a big day for myself and my family.

"I've worked really hard and now I want to push on towards the first team and learn from the senior pros."

Dieseruvwe, who plays in attack, added: "This is what I've been working towards for the two years I've been at the club so I'm really delighted.

"My hard work has paid off so far because I have reached this point but now I have to get my head down and work even harder."


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