Wolves have moved in the loan market to add out of favour Hull striker Yannick Sagbo.
Sagbo had been pushed down the pecking order at Hull after the deadline day arrival of Uruguayan Abel Hernandez.
Wolves sit third in the Championship but have scored only 11 goals through nine games, three coming in the weekend's 3-3 draw with Reading.
Sagbo comes in on loan until January, and could feature in Wednesday night's fixture at home to Huddersfield.
He told the club's website: "This is a good move for me and I am looking forward to enjoying my loan.
“Hopefully I will play a lot of games and score a lot of goals!
“And it is up to me to make it good for the team as well.
“I have watched a lot of games in the Championship and everyone says it is a good league and a strong league.
“I am looking forward to being involved in it.
His last competitive goal came at Wembley, in Hull's 5-3 FA Cup semi-final win over Nigel Clough's Sheffield United.
The 26-year-old Frenchman has not featured at all in 2014/15 in the Premier League, but did play in Europa League qualifying.
Last season he scored two goals and provided one assist in 16 starts in the division.
Here's how Wolves fans reacted on Twitter to the deal...
"Sagbo signs for Wolves" Goodbye Leon Clarke, cheers for turning up mate! #wwfc— Matt McNay (@MattMcNay) September 30, 2014
Sagbo looked good in the prem for hull wen he played so hopefully will do the business for us #wwfc— craig foley (@foleyWWFC) September 30, 2014
good signing getting sagbo is what we needed yet again kenny proving knows what he is doing #wwfc— Steven (@WWFC_Steve) September 30, 2014
Delighted with the Sagbo signing, will take him a while to settle as he hasn't had much football lately, but he is a goal scorer. #wwfc— Marc Nock (@nocky1982) September 30, 2014