Wolves are hoping to reach agreement with Millwall over the permanent transfer of winger James Henry when the transfer window re-opens.
Henry has enjoyed a successful loan spell at Molineux, and following discussions between the two clubs that stay could become permanent next month.
“We are down the line in terms of reaching an agreement for January,” said Head Coach Kenny Jackett.
“James likes the club, he is happy here and wants to come.
“He has done well and we’ve missed him over the last couple of weeks with his injury.
“He gave us a burst of energy and has got a few goals as well.
“His greatest strength is he is also capable of assists – in most games he will get crosses in and put balls through that will give people chances.
“He has made a good start to his Wolves career and one which I hope now he can go on and capitalise on that and be a very good player for us.
Twenty-four-year-old Henry, who previously enjoyed plenty of success at Millwall during Jackett’s tenure at the New Den, had made nine appearances for Wolves, scoring three goals, prior to picking up a groin injury in last month’s win at Notts County.
He is back to full fitness and available for tomorrow’s return to Sky Bet League One action when MK Dons visit Molineux (3pm).