Ireland Under-21 playmaker Connor Ronan has moved from Wolves to League 1 side Blackpool on loan.

The 21-year-old has spent the last 12 months plying his trade in the Slovakian top tier with DAC Dunajska Streda and now links up with Simon Grayson's side at Bloomfield Road.

The attacking midfielder has been a key member of Stephen Kenny's Ireland Under-21 side throughout the ongoing UEFA Euro 2021 qualifying campaign and played a starring role in the recent 4-1 home win over Sweden.

Ronan has played 13 times for Wolves and will now look to establish himself in Grayson's side for the second half of the season.

"I like to get on the ball and try and make things happen," said Ronan, speaking on his new club's website.

"I'll take risks in the opposite half, try and get a few assists and chip in with a few goals. All in all, I just want to help the team wherever I can and try and help the team get back to where it belongs."

Blackpool boss Grayson said: "Connor's an exciting player and the type of player that we’ve been missing this season.

"A lot of people speak highly about him and he’s had some good experience out in Slovakia, as well as internationally for Ireland at under-21 level.

"We’re looking for him to get on the ball, pick a pass and add something different to the squad."