Channel estimation and signal detection are essential steps to ensure the quality of end-to-end communication in orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OFDM) systems. In this paper, we develop a DDLSD approach, i.e., Data-driven Deep Learning for Signal Detection in OFDM systems. First, the OFDM system model is established. Then, the long short-term memory (LSTM) is introduced into the OFDM system model. Wireless channel data is generated through simulation, the preprocessed time series feature information is input into the LSTM to complete the offline training. Finally, the trained model is used for online recovery of transmitted signal. The difference between this scheme and existing OFDM receiver is that explicit estimated channel state information (CSI) is transformed into invisible estimated CSI, and the transmit symbol is directly restored. Simulation results show that the DDLSD scheme outperforms the existing traditional methods in terms of improving channel estimation and signal detection performance.