Eusebio Bancessi, who scored twice on trial at QPR, finds net for Huddersfield in U21 game

John Smiths Stadium - Huddersfield

The Wolverhampton Wanderers winger's contract is expiring in the summer.

Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Eusebio Bancessi scored for Huddersfield Town's Under-21s on Monday, having previously been on trial at Queens Park Rangers.

Bancessi's header put the Terriers' development squad 2-0 up against Cardiff City, who pulled a goal back through Kadeem Harris after Rekeil Pyke had given the home side a first-half lead.

The Mail reported last month that Bancessi, whose Molineux contract expires this summer, was spending time with the R's with a view to winning a permanent contract and the 20-year-old went on to score twice in a friendly against Watford Under-21s.

But having turned out for Huddersfield earlier, it would appear that Rangers are no longer pursuing a move.

Also lining up for the Terriers were Manchester United goalkeeper George Dorrington and Ipswich Town midfielder Victor Gulbrandsen.

However, there was no sign of Liverpool goalkeeper Andy Firth or Everton left-back Spencer Myers, who had recently been on trial at the John Smith's Stadium.

Bancessi, who was born in Guinea-Bissau, arrived at Wolves three summers ago from Portuguese giants Benfica and spent time on loan at Cheltenham Town and Telford United.

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