Wednesday have paid an undisclosed fee for Iorfa, who spent eight years on Wolves' books.
He appeared on 93 occasions throughout that time, but made the last of those outings almost two years ago, in May 2017.
And with his contract due to expire in the summer, Wolves have opted to cash in now to avoid losing him for nothing.
A versatile player who can operate at centre-half and right-midfield as well as full-back, and has caps for England's Under-21 side, Iorfa's move has been well-received by those of a Sheffield Wednesday persuasion.
But what do Wolves supporters make of the 23-year-old?
This is the verdict from Molineux on Twitter...
Iorfa is a cracking player. Real shame.— Jack Grigg (@JackHGrigg) 31 January 2019
Shame for iorfa really thought was good young player coming through but all the best to him— itsmebrody (@BrodyWilson88) 31 January 2019
Quick which gets him out of trouble... thought he was decent for us but never got the chance under Nuno. Think he’ll do well— Callum Williams (@HeadInTheSkies) 31 January 2019
Why going to sw where he could have gone somewhere better?— C Pascal ebigbo (@EbigboPa) 31 January 2019
Ohhhh Dominic Iorfa— Jimenez fc (@adenwwfc) 31 January 2019
This is a real disappointment to me, I wanted us to keep him because he is a sleeping beast, just needed games. Good luck mate.— Kenny Simpson (@kennysimpson191) 31 January 2019
Lots of potential but has had limited opportunity of late and hasn't pushed on for one reason or another. With game time and the right coaching he could still be very good but we've probably moved past him at this stage.— Andy Hornby (@Drewbs92) 31 January 2019
He was lost 18 months before that. Baffling as he has the attributes and looked to be a RB or RWB but after he was linked with a big money move to Watford (I think) it was never the same for him at Wolves.— MK Wolf (@UFC_Wolf_) 31 January 2019
With regular games im sure he’ll do well for SW
Think this kid will still play premier league football, games and confidence.he will soar— paul nicholls ◣ ◢ (@StPaul197173) 31 January 2019
Gonna miss him gonna be really good one day— Brad-FUT TRADER (@bradmeht) 31 January 2019
Iorfa will wear the number 27 shirt at Sheffield Wednesday, where he is expected to compete with Liam Palmer and Ashley Baker for a spot in Steve Bruce's starting XI.
He is joined at Hillsborough by the Newcastle United loanees, Rolando Aarons and Achraf Lazaar.
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