The 2016 summer transfer window closed at 11pm on Wednesday night with Wolves signing a total of 13 players.
Beginning with Andy Lonergan on 8th June and concluding with Ivan Cavaleiro on 31st August, Wolves brought in a host of new players to strengthen the first team.
The full breakdown of the new additions is as follows:
Andy Lonergan - 8th June
The former Preston, Leeds and Bolton goalkeeper arrived from Fulham on a two-year-deal.
Helder Costa - 29th July
On loan from Benfica, the 22-year-old attacker was the second summer addition.
Silvio - 30th July
Portuguese international defender, Silvio, moved to Wolves on a one-year-deal from Atletico Madrid.
Joao Teixeira - 2nd August
The highly-rated Benfica attacking midfielder arrived on a season-long loan.
Jon Dadi Bodvarsson - 2nd August
After competing with Iceland during their impressive Euro 2016 campaign, the 24-year-old forward signed for Wolves on a three-year deal.
Prince Oniangue - 16th August
Arriving from Ligue 2 side Stade de Reims, the Congo captain signed a four-year-deal at Molineux.
Cameron Borthwick-Jackson - 22nd August
The England Under 19 international and Manchester United defender arrived on a season-long loan.
Ola John - 22nd August
The 24-year-old Benfica winger who spent last year with Reading joined Wolves on a season-long loan.
Paul Gladon - 26th August
The Dutch striker signed on a three-year-deal at Molinuex from Eredivisie side Heracles Almelo.
Jack Ruddy - 29th August
The promising young goalkeeper arrived from Bury to join up with Wolves' Under 23 side.
Romain Saiss - 30th August
The Moroccan international midfielder arrived from Ligue 1 side Angers on a four-year-deal.
Richard Stearman - 31st August
Stearman returned to Molineux for his second spell with the club on a season-long loan from Fulham.
Ivan Cavaleiro - 31st August
The highly-rated Portuguese international arrived from AS Monaco on a five-year-deal.