Jason Byrne signs for Bohemians

Byrne made his debut as a sub at a very quite Molineux when City fans were banned last season. He came on to score the winning goal but since then he's had little chance to cement a place in the Bluebird's squad.

The news on Tuesday night that he has signed a three year deal for Bohemians in Dublin is a good move for City to get him off the wage bill and a good move for the player who has seen his career stutter at Ninian Park.

He is owed a very big pat on the back for the winner Wolves, and we wish him well back in the Eircom League in Ireland.

Bohemians are said to have secured his services ahead of interest from Scotland.

He joins former Shelbourne manager Pat Fenlon who succeeded the sacked Sean Connor after Christmas.

"We are delighted to have Jason on board," Fenlon said tonight. "He scored a lot of goals while he was at Shelbourne, and I hope he can do the same for Bohs."