The Wolverhampton Wanderers players have been training in Clairefontaine today.
The Championship club will be based at one of France’s most decorated football academy all week, as the players step up their preparations for the upcoming 2015-16 campaign.
One of the players who has been training this morning is Conor Coady, who joined Wolves from Huddersfield Town on a three-year contract last week.
According to BBC Sport, Wolves had to pay a transfer fee in the region of £2 million for the services of the 22-year-old defensive midfielder.
Coady joined Huddersfield from Premier League outfit Liverpool in the summer of 2014 and had a good 2014-15 campaign in the Championship.
The youngster made 45 appearances in the league for Huddersfield, scoring three goals and creating 43 chances in the process.
The midfielder had a pass accuracy of 79% and a shot accuracy of 53%, and won 26 headers, 11 dribbles and 50 tackles.