Wolverhampton Wanderers currently have two of their current squad on permanent deals that are set to expire this summer.
The centre-back was in inspired form in Wolverhampton Wanderers' FA Cup win at Stoke City.
Mike Williamson was hardly a fans favourite at St James' but Wolves are crying out for his experience at the back.
Lambert is targeting experience in January but he's hardly going to get that from a 23-year-old in League Two.
Wolves battled to a 4-4 draw with Fulham at the weekend as their thrilling comeback ended in a draw.
Wolves have hit a tough run of form lately with their inability to win games stunting their progress this season.
The 32-year-old is yet to play for the Championship side since making his move permanent.
Mike Williamson has not made an appearance for Wolverhampton Wanderers since he signed permanently.
The Irishman has suffered a serious knee injury and will be out of action for at least six months.
Wolverhampton Wanderers head coach Kenny Jackett says these two players will be missing from his squad for the trip to league leaders Burnley.
Kenny Jackett faces a fight to keep his job at Wolverhampton Wanderers, but it can be argued that he deserves time to turn things around at Molineux.
Mike Williamson says Newcastle fans can't criticise owner Mike Ashley over his spending.
With money for Steve McClaren to spend, flaws in the heart of defence must be addressed.