Wolves are gearing up for a busy January transfer window under their new manager.
Paul Lambert has set out his agenda for January citing a need for previous experience at this level
Wolves find themselves in 21st position in the Championship and whilst there is still over half the season to play, fans will not want to drop back into League One.
Paul Lambert was drafted in following the sacking of Italian coach Walter Zenga and is considered a 'Safe pair of hands' at this level.
The former Blackburn and Norwich coach has declared his squad are crying out for Championship experience.
Zenga's approach in the transfer market was fairly scattergun with players arriving from a number of different leagues around Europe. Whilst some have impressed, many have flopped.
In total, 13 players were signed, some of whom could look for pastures new once the window opens.
Heldar Costa is one of the few summer recruits who has impressed the new boss so far.
The men from the Black Country have seen the likes of Mike Williamson and Jordan Graham's campaigns curtailed by long term injury and Lambert is keen to bolster his squad in January.
One player who they have been linked with in recent weeks is Blackburn winger Ben Marshall, who played under Lambert last season.
Marshall can also double up as a full back adding much needed versatility to the side.
"I think we need a bit of help" admitted the Scot this week.
Wolves travel to West London to face QPR on Thursday evening.