If you're good enough you're old enough. That is definitely the case for Wolves players Dominic Iorfa and Kortney Hause who have both made their mark on the Wolves team, but more importantly have both managed to keep their place in the team.
They have even made their mark on international duties, having recently been called up to Gareth Southgate's England U21's team, after impressing so far this season.
Wolves have made a rough start to the championship especially due to the lack of experience in the defence, but Dom Iorfa and Kortney Hause have overcome the challenge and have cemented their place in Kenny's side - although it did take a few weeks.
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Dominic Iorfa made his first team debut halfway through last season (14/15) and impressed greatly on his debut. After a few matches fans were already chanting his name in an FA cup match against Fulham where Wolves drew 0-0 draw against Fulham
Kortney Hause, however, took ever so slightly longer to make his debut for the senior team, marking his debut in a 1-0 win at Sheffield Wednesday.
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Unfortunately however he failed to keep his place in the team, due to being lower down in the pecking order to left-back Scott Golbourne. Hause had to wait until the unfortunate injury of fan favourites Danny Batth, where he took up the role of central defender.
Hause kept his place for the remainder of Danny Batth's injury, and manager to start the 15/16 season in the Wolves first team, he managed to cement his place in the team after some very good performances and due to the sale of centre-half Richard Stearman.
Dominic Iorfa joined Wolves at the age of 15 after being scouted while playing for Southend United and has been at Wolves ever since, he enjoyed a one-month loan spell at Shrewsbury Town, where he went on to make seven appearances for The Shrews.
As for Kortney Hause, he joined Wolves at an older age with a lot more experience than team-mate Dominic Iorfa as Hause joined on January 31 2014, on transfer deadline day. He was 18 when he joined Wolves from Wycombe Wanderers for an undisclosed fee. Hause joined Gillingham after spending his youth career at West-Ham United.
Both Dominic Iorfa and Kortney Hause have both had a great first year in the first team scene at Wolves and have managed to gain themselves both one England U21 cap, but both have just recently been recalled to Gareth Southgate's side to play against Kazakhstan.