Mick McCarthy has said that there are no plans for further Wolves signings but wouldn't rule the possibility out.
The 52-year-old has so far signed Jamie O'Hara, Roger Johnson and Dorus de Vries to permanent deals during the transfer window.
"We keep looking, but we don't know," he told the club's official website. "There's still quite a lot of time to go in the window actually and who's to say we might turn someone over – there might be someone leave and someone else come in.
"That's not Matt Jarvis, Kevin Doyle or Steven Fletcher. But something might happen. I'm not expecting it, but it could.
"We may possibly be able to do business and pick somebody up but there's nothing imminent."
Wolves are currently preparing for their third consecutive season in the top flight, having secured promotion from the Championship in the 2008/2009 campaign.