Duckens Nazon spent the first half of the season at Coventry City and is now poised for a bigger test.
The 23-year-old striker scored eight goals in 24 appearances, only 13 of which were starts, for Coventry City before his temporary deal with the League Two outfit expired on New Year’s Day.
Nazon, a Haiti international forward with 10 goals in 23 caps for his country, joined Wolves from Indian side Kerala Blasters in January 2017, but has yet to make a first-team appearance.
However, his spell at Coventry has shown him to be a handful for defenders and a goal threat, so Nuno Espirito Santo may be interested to see how he fares against more difficult opposition.
The Coventry Telegraph adds that City remain in touch about re-signing Nazon, who is their second top scorer behind Mark McNulty, but Robins acknowledges that there may be other suitors.