Iceland Jon Dadi Bodvarsson celebrates after scoring
Wovles yesterday secured the signature of Icelandic international forward Jon Dadi Bodvarsson.
He became the fourth signing to sign for the club since their takeover was approved last week, and the first who they paid a fee for.
Portugal's Pepe challenges Iceland's Jon Dadi Bodvarsson
Wolves announced the signing on their official website, with Bodvarsson leaving German side Kaiserslautern.
Over the weekend it had appeared Bodvarsson would be heading to another Championship club.
Get West London reported that Leeds had made an offer of £1 million for Bodvarsson's services, and were among the favourites to sign him.
Yet when Wolves interest emerged, the asking price increased, and GWL reported that QPR 'stuck to their guns' and refused to pay the valuation, with the Midlands side eventually spending £2.7 million to secure Bodvarrson's signature.
Bodvarsson can play as a winger, a striker, or linking midfield and attack, and could be a useful target man for Walter Zenga's Wolves.
Yet after missing out on his signature, QPR supporters felt their club made the right decision despite the fact he was a player they were originally keen on.
Here is a look at how they reacted on Twitter to Wolves announcing the deal...
Feel surprisingly dandy losing out on Bodvarsson. Was never that overly enthused by the prospect anyway but accepted it. £2.7m? #QPR— ♛ᴛʀᴀɴᴄᴇ✰ʀᴀɴɢᴇʀ✰ (@Jakderippa) August 2, 2016
Happy to see us pull out of the Bodvarsson deal considering the new circumstances. #QPR— Tom Bermingham (@TQPRBermingham) August 2, 2016
Looks like we're missing out on Bodvarsson and Pritchard, we desperately need replacements for Hoilett and Phillips at least #QPR— Jonny Naidoo (@JonnyNaidoo) August 2, 2016
Missing out on Bodvarsson is a blow, but not a critical one. Yet to see what Washington is capable of, and Polter only seems to improve #QPR— Clayton Ravine (@samuelclayton) August 2, 2016
England's Chris Smalling in action with Iceland's Jon Dadi Bodvarsson