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KORTNEY
HAUSE
(Defender)
Born: 16 July 1995
Where: Redbridge
Joined Wycombe: Youth Team via West Ham - signed pro forms May 2012.
Wycombe debut: Crewe 4 Wycombe 1 - FA Cup 1 - 3 Nov 2012
First Wycombe goal: Wycombe 2 Chesterfield 1 - League Two - 5 Jan 2013
Last Wycombe game: Mansfield 1 Wycombe 1 - League Two - 25 Jan 2014
Joined Wolverhampton Wanderers 31 Jan 2014 - Undisclosed fee
Kortney Hause Career summary at Wycombe.
31 appearances - 2 goals
Career Details (*) indicates loan spell
Date Club League
Apps
League
goals
Cup
Apps
Cup
Goals
2012/2013 Wycombe Wanderers 8(1) 1 0(2) 0
2013/2014 Wycombe Wanderers 13(1) 1 6(0) 0
Jan 2014- Wolverhampton Wanderers - - - -
Background: Signed forms for Wanderers in February 2012 after progressing through the West Ham United youth system. He signed his first pro contract in July 2012 and made his First Team debut on 3 November 2012, in a 4Ė1 defeat to Crewe Alexandra in the FA Cup aged 17, coming on as a substitute for Anthony Stewart.

He went on to score his first goal for the Wanderers in the 2-1 home League Two victory over Chesterfield on 5 January 2013. His solid performances earned him high praise and he went on to sign a new contract in January 2013 that would run until June 2015. Commenting on the deal he said, "I feel fantastic. Iím really happy to be given my second contract at this club. Itís a good club Ė you get chances as a young lad. Iíve got to keep working hard and developing so the chances to play more first-team football will keep coming." He added, "Wycombe is a great club to develop as a player. Richard Dobson has brought through a lot of good young players such as Jordon (Ibe), Matt Phillips, Kadeem Harris, Charles (Dunne) and Ant (Stewart). Hopefully I can keep working with him, Gaz (Ainsworth) and Lee (Harrison) and they can help me become a top player too."

Hause went on to become a regular in the starting line-up during the opening half of the 2013/14 season and despite an injury set-back in the Football League Trophy tie at Swindon on 16 November 2013, led him to be linked with interest from several higher league clubs, including in December 2013, Premier League Everton.
Returned from injury during December 2013 and scored his second Wycombe goal during the 4-1 victory at Northampton on 21 December 2013. However, with the January 2014 transfer window approaching, Manager Gareth Ainsworth took the approach to leave the youngster out of the side, with his solitary appearance during January 2014 being an 8 minute substitute appearance in the League Two game at Mansfield on 25 January 2014.

It was at around 10.20pm on transfer deadline day 31 January 2014 that the news was officially confirmed that he had joined League One Wolverhampton Wanderers for an 'undisclosed fee' on a deal running until June 2016. Speaking on the day of the deal, he said via Twitter, "I can honestly say it has been nothing but a pleasure being apart of Wycombe Wanderers Football Club" The Club confirmed in their press statement that the deal: 'includes add-ons and a sell-on clause'.

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