Wolves have completed a deal to bring in Millwall midfielder James Henry, on emergency loan until January 1.
The winger trained with his new Wolves team-mates for the first time this morning after completing a medical and agreeing personal terms.
The 24-year-old will now be reunited with Wolves Head Coach Kenny Jackett, under whom he enjoyed a successful spell with the Lions.
If all goes well Wolves would be keen to bring Henry in on a permanent basis in January.
Head of Football Development and Recruitment Kevin Thelwell has said Wolves have been keeping an eye on the midfielder for some considerable time.
“We are really pleased to have brought James to the club,” said Thelwell.
“He is 24 years of age and has great experience in the Championship and is a player we have been looking at for a while.
“The fact that Kenny has worked with him and knows him both as a player and a person has made our interest all the more stronger.
“We asked Kenny about James as soon as he came into the club and he was very positive about him and what he had achieved at Millwall which only supported what we already had on file.
“He is a good character and a good fit and we are all really looking forward to seeing him play in a Wolves shirt and I think the fans will be as well.
“We are delighted to have completed the signing and I am sure he is going to do a fantastic job for us.”