Reid makes Wolves loan switch

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West Ham youngster Kyel Reid has joined Coca-Cola Championship leaders Wolves on loan until May.

The 21-year-old returned to Upton Park at the start of January following a month at Blackpool and has previously enjoyed loan spells with Barnsley and Crystal Palace.

Wolves manager Mick McCarthy has been on the lookout for a wide midfielder and swooped for Reid after a move for Rangers winger Alan Gow fell through.

Reid, who could make his debut at Bristol City on Saturday, has made nine appearances for the Hammers' first team, scoring his only goal in the Carling Cup victory over Macclesfield earlier this season.

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