Name: Remie Streete
Born: 2nd November 1994
Height: 1.87m (6ft 2ins)
Weight: 13 stone
Under-18s debut: 20th March, 2010 v Crewe Alexandra (home), Premier Academy League
The son of former Wolves player Floyd Streete, imposing defender Streete has a physical presence beyond his years and became a regular in the Reserves towards the end of the 2010/11 season.
He ranks playing at Upton Park against a West Ham second-string featuring the likes of Robbie Keane, Luis Boa Morte and Radoslav Kovac as his best moment in football so far.
A Manchester United fan who idolises Rio Ferdinand, Streete won the inaugral Jack Hixon Award in 2010, named after the scout who discovered Alan Shearer, and received his trophy from Shearer himself.
Quick, strong and aggressive with a good long pass, the former Boldon school pupil is tipped for big things in the future. Named on the bench for the Barclays Premier League game at Arsenal in December 2012.