The Northern Ireland youth international will be with the club until 2019 at least.
The transfer window may be shut but does that not mean all the business is done in the market.
Whilst the big name signings for the first-team may have to wait for a while Wolverhampton Wanderers have brought in a talented Irish goalkeeper.
The official twitter account for the Northern Ireland Football Association has retweeted this message this week - confirming that Wolves have tied up the signature of 16-year-old goalkeeper Rory Brown on a three-year deal.
Brown is a Northern Ireland under-16 international with plenty of promise for the future.
He has recently featured for his country in an exciting 4-4 draw with Norway and has also featured against Poland.
Brown, who attended the more rugby orientated Foyle College in Derry, was previously signed on as a youth player at Belfast-based Crusaders FC before agreeing to continue his footballing development in England with Wolves.
He is of course a long way off of the first-team. However, Wolves fans will no doubt be hearing his name sporadically in the next couple of years in regards to their youth team.
Here's hoping he can prove himself a hit at Molineux.