Wolves demonstrated in the summer that they are capable of pulling off transfer deals few fans would dare have dreamed of.
Ruben Neves and Diogo Jota have become key players and are leading the way in the club's promotion charge.
One player they did not manage to sign was Jurgen Locadia, with Dutch club PSV Eindhoven pulling the plug on the move just before the transfer deadline, SkySports reported.
It's proved an inspired decision by PSV, with Locadia netting eight goals already this season.
Only the form of teammate Hirving Lozano has been more dazzling.
Lozano has netted nine goals in eight games this season, averaging a strike every 73 minutes as opposed to Locadia's 110.
The attacker is just 22-years-old and is making a huge impression in the Eredivisie, with this his first season in Europe.
Lozano is a Mexico international who already has more than 20 caps for his country.
Any team buying him early could strike a bargain with the World Cup on the horizon.
While Wolves may have missed out on Locadia, if they look to PSV again, Lozano must be their top target.
He is a player with even more investment potential, and one who could be a transcendent Mexican star in Europe, the 'El Tri's biggest export since Chicharito.
Lozano can play wide left or up front through the middle, and linking him up with Jota, Ivan Cavaleiro and Helder Costa is an exciting prospect.