Wolves midfielder Connor Ronan has been sent messages of good will after completing a season-long loan move to St Mirren.

The 23-year-old Irishman – who is contracted to Wolves until 2024 – has joined the Scottish Premiership club to continue his development after a spell abroad last season. He was Saints manager Jim Goodwin’s only signing on a Deadline Day in which they lost midfielder Cammy MacPherson but kept key man Jamie McGrath.

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Ronan joined Saints on the final day of the window. (Photo By Harry Murphy/Sportsfile via Getty Images)

A statement from Ronan’s parent club states: “Midfielder Connor Ronan has joined the growing Wolves loan contingent in Scotland this season as he moves to St Mirren for their 2021/22 Scottish Premiership campaign.

“The Republic of Ireland under-21 international had an impressive 2020/21, helping Grasshopper Club Zurich earn promotion into the top tier of Swiss football. The 23-year-old Academy graduate has overcome injury troubles during a pre-season of rehabilitation at Compton Park.

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“He will now embark on the next phase of his development north of the border. Ronan will be aiming to get another season of first-team football under his belt at St Mirren. Ronan joins Austin Samuels and Luke Matheson in spending the 2021/22 season in Scotland, after the pair joined Aberdeen and Hamilton Academical respectively on loan.”

Fans are excited to see what Ronan can produce with St Mirren.

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