Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo deserves great credit for the manner in which he has galvanised his squad of players, and guided them to an impressive return of 32 points from their opening 15 Championship games - a tally that leaves them top of the table.
The Portuguese will be mindful that there is still a lot of work to be done, however, and will surely be looking to add further quality to his options during the January transfer window.
Another talented striker will feature highly on the former Porto and Valencia manager's wish-list, and with this in mind, he should consider a loan move for Hammers youngster Toni Martinez.
The 20-year-old has been on fire for West Ham's under-23 side this season, banging in eight goals in nine outings thus far.
The Spaniard is a real live-wire, and his movement, allied with his clinical finishing would provide Wolves with an added threat in the final third.
Despite his tender years, the former Valencia hitman plays with a certain kind of maturity, and his nouse in and around the penalty area would surely add another layer to Wolves' attacking play.
If Slaven Bilic continues to ignore Martinez in the first-team setup, it could be argued that a temporary move away to a Championship side will be more beneficial to his development than playing for the Hammers' under-23 side.
And if Nuno does in fact manage to bring the Spaniard to Molineux, it could turn out to be a signing of real significance for Wolves.