Huddersfield Town’s out-of-contract Wales Under 21 defender Joe Wright has joined Doncaster Rovers.

The South Yorkshire club who have been relegated from League I have paid an undisclosed fee for centre-back, who turned down the offer of a new Town deal.

The academy-produced 21-year-old spent this season on loan at League II Accrington Stanley.

He made 22 appearances for the East Lancashire club.

Wright, who is 6ft 4in tall, was unable to force his way into the first team at Town, although he was an unused substitute four times.

He has two caps for Wales Under 21s.

Wright is from Monk Fryston, near Selby, but qualifies for Wales through his grandparents.

Doncaster, managed by Darren Ferguson, finished 21st in League I.

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They have already signed one centre-back, Mathieu Baudry, from Leyton Orient.

Midfielder Tommy Rowe (from Wolves), wingers Gary McSheffrey (Scunthorpe United) and Matty Blair (Mansfield Town) and keeper Ross Etheridge, who played alongside Wright at Accrington, have also joined.