Canadian winger Theo Corbeanu has shared his delight at sealing his move from Wolverhampton Wanderers as he was presented by Granada.

The forward joined the Spanish side on in a €1.5m deal at the end of the January transfer window, bringing an end to an unsuccessful spell at Molineux and has been speaking at his presentation today.

He joined them in joined and went into their U18 side, moving up to the U21s before joining Sheffield Wednesday on loan in August 2021.

After that he spent spells with MK Dons, Blackpool, Armenia Bielefeld and Grasshoppers before eventually returning in January this year.

He managed just one, eight-minute appearance in the first team for Wolves in that time, a clear suggestion that he was not a part of their plans moving forwards.

That presumably led to him being sold to Granada last month, with the Spanish side adding him to their squad as they looked for extra elements to help their battle against relegation from La Liga.

Corbeanu is keen to get started with that, admitting he’s wanted to play in Spain since he was a youngster.

“I am very happy to be here,” he said.

“Throughout my youth, I wanted to play for a club of this size and for me it is special to play in Spain. I will defend these colours to the fullest and I hope we can achieve great things.

“We both signed with the objective of keeping the club in the First Division and we will do everything possible to achieve it, but, in the event that what no one wants happens, we will be willing to do whatever it takes because this is our home now and we will give our maximum on the field.”