Wolverhampton Wanderers have started the season brightly and fans hold high hopes for the near future.
Under Nuno Espirito Santo, Wolves are playing some excellent football and have plenty of talented players in their ranks.
But Wolves could do with some fine-tuning in January to ensure their squad is fully-equipped to compete in the top half of the Premier League.
One area which needs addressing is the striker department. In Raul Jimenez, Wolves have a good striker who suits their style of play.
But their lack of alternative options will concern Nuno. Leo Bonatini does not look like he is Premier League standard and a new addition in January could really boost the fire power in Wolves’ ranks.
Wolves could look to join the race for Arsenal striker Danny Welbeck.
With his contract expiring at the end of the season, Arsenal could sell him and this has alerted Crystal Palace.
According to The Sun, Roy Hodgson is eyeing a reunion with the England international.
But Wolves should look to hijack this deal with the reported price being just £10m.
Welbeck would offer Wolves an alternative to Jimenez and compete with him for the starting striker spot.
But the 27-year-old can also play out wide and his Premier League experience would add lots of value to this relatively inexperienced Wolves squad.
At £10m, this could be a very shrewd purchase for Nuno’s men.