Aston Villa have confirmed the signing of central defender Kortney Hause from Wolves.
The club have revealed that Hause has made his loan move permanent, following five months at the club.
Hause joined Aston Villa on loan from Wolves in the January transfer window and made 12 Championship appearances for the club in the second half of the season.
Villa secured promotion to the Premier League as they beat Derby County 2-1 in the play-off final at Wembley earlier this month.
Although he was initially on the bench for the play-off final, Hause came on for the final 10 minutes of the game after Tyrone Mings was forced to come off due to injury.
Hause becomes Villa’s third signing since they secured promotion after the club confirmed the arrival of Spanish winger Jota from Birmingham and striker Wesley from Club Brugge.
Potential signings for Villa
Villa have been linked with a swoop for the French striker, who scored 28 goals for Brentford in all competitions. The talented youngster would be an excellent signing for Villa.
Villa are in need of options at right-back and Opare could be the ideal target for the club. The experienced Ghana international is reportedly available for £500k.
After his incredibly successful loan spell with Villa, Mings could be interested in making the deal permanent ahead of next season.
The Nottingham Forest man impressed in the Championship and would give Villa an extra bit of spark out on the right hand side.