Wolves have been active on transfer deadline day, but with four outgoings – including three centre forwards.
Goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey left Molineux for a £3m move to Premier League side Crystal Palace, which Kenny Jackett will deem to be outstanding business given that the Welsh international was third choice behind Carl Ikeme and Aaron McCarey.
Onto the exodus of strikers, Kevin Doyle, Leigh Griffiths and Bjorn Sigurdarson all left the club today. Doyle, 30, completed a move to Queens' Park Rangers despite scoring just three goals his season. A loan deal until the end of the season has been agreed for the Republic of Ireland international, with the former Reading man unlikely to return to Molineux as he is one of the highest earners at the club.
Meanwhile, Griffiths finally completed his protracted move to Celtic after an impressive season with the promotion chasers. Griffiths, who made his name as a striker with Livingston and Dundee, enjoyed two loan spells with Hibernian over the last couple of seasons, and moves back to Scotland with Neil Lennon's side.
Finally, Icelandic forward Sigurdarson has moved back to Norway with Molde. The 22-year-old previously played for Lillestrom, and with Wolves bringing in Nouha Dicko and Leon Clarke this year, manager Jackett was happy to let Sigurdarson leave on loan for the rest of the season.
Elsewhere in League One, league leaders Brentford secured the signing of Oldham centre back James Tarkowski. The 21-year-old had also attracted the interest of Championship side Burnley, but a £150,000 bid from the Bees was enough to secure his signature, though he will move back to Boundary Park on loan when the window re-opens.
Fellow promotion chasing side Preston have boosted their strikeforce with the loan capture of Bolton's Craig Davies until the end of the season. Having scored just one goal in the last four games, manager Simon Grayson was in dire need of firepower and moved to bring in the former Barnsley and Chesterfield hitman to try and close the gap on leaders Brentford at the top of League One. The Lilywhites also made an ambitious push for St. Johnstone's Stevie May, but saw their £500,000 bid for the striker rejected.
At the other end of the table, it's been a busy day for Notts County boss Shaun Derry, with two incomings and one player heading out of Meadow Lane. Experienced duo Hayden Mullins and Gareth Roberts will join the club as the Magpies look to pull away from the dropzone, but striker Danny Haynes has moved to Scottish side Hibernian on loan for the rest of the season, just months after joining the club from Charlton Athletic.
Many other clubs in League One have been active today, with Carlisle swooping to bring in two Manchester United youngsters as striker Sam Byrne and midfielder Charni Ekangamene moved to Cumbria on loan, whilst Leyton Orient added goalkeeper Ben Alnwick and midfielder Marvin Bartley on permanent deals to strengthen their promotion bid.