Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo already has plenty of quality at his disposal at Molineux, but he will surely be looking to bolster his ranks further still ahead of his side's return to the Premier League.
One particular area where the Black Country outfit seem to deficient is their lack of Premier League experience, and Nuno will surely be looking to address that issue before the start of the new season.
The 28-year-old has been a fantastic servant for the Baggies, since moving to the Hawthorns from Rochdale in the summer of 2010, going on to make 180 appearances.
He can operate as either a right-back or a centre-back - two positions where Wolves are looking to strengthen, and his experience of playing in the top flight for such a prolonged period could prove to be vital to Nuno's side.
Dawson is a solid defender. He is strong in the air, quick along the ground and plays with a certain kind of tenacity that Nuno would absolutely love.
In today's day and age, £15 million for a player of Dawson's calibre represents fantastic value, and Nuno should not hesitate to bring him to Molineux this summer. It could turn out to be a signing of real significance for Wolves.