Wolves have made a fine start to their Premier League season, in spite of their recent dip in form, but that does not mean that Nuno Espirito Santo won't be looking to bolster his ranks at Molineux in January.
One particular area where the Portuguese will want to improve is his forward department, with their tally of just 15 Premier League goals being the worst of all the teams inside the top 13 of the division.
With this in mind, Wolves should consider a move for Barcelona forward Munir El Haddadi, with the Spaniard's contract at the Camp Nou set to expire in the summer.
The 23-year-old began his career with Barca, and has been shipped out on loan twice in the past two years.
Munir is a technically gifted footballer, and would fit perfectly into Nuno's setup at Wolves.
He is incredibly intelligent, and his ability to link up play between the midfield and attack would undoubtedly help Wolves improve upon the fluidity of their play in the final third.
Nuno will surely be targeting a top 10 finish this season, and if his side are to do just that, they will surely need to add more quality to their ranks in January.
Munir really is a top class player, and he would undoubtedly bring a touch of flair to Wolves' attacking setup.
With the Spaniard's contract close to expiring, the Black Country outfit might just be able to secure themselves a bargain in January, and should Nuno bring the Barca forward to Molineux, it could turn out to be a signing of real significance for the club.