The philosophy since Fosun took on the ownership of Wolverhampton Wanderers has been to buy young players with sell on value.
If you excuse the likes of Raul Jimenez and Joao Moutinho then Wolves have quite evidently achieved that.
In signing vibrant young footballers like Adama Traore, Ruben Neves and Pedro Neto, the Midlands outfit could rake in a bucket load of cash over the next few years.
However, one player who goes under the radar at Wolves has also seen his value rise quite significantly since arriving in English football.
That happens to be Belgium international Leander Dendoncker.
That’s quite the rise for a player who is a regular among a Belgian squad thought to contain their golden generation.
Dendoncker is yet to start a match in the Premier League under new manager Bruno Lage but he played a key part under Nuno Santo after they were promoted from the Championship.
Rarely injured and versatile in terms of his positions, he has become a vital cog in the wheel at Molineux.
Initially a central midfielder, Nuno began playing Dendoncker as a centre-back last term and hailed him as “fantastic” in the process.
He did struggle in a clash with Manchester City but that wasn’t a fair litmus for a player starting in an unnatural position.
Wolves’ tough-tackling Belgian has improved since that clash and ended last term with 2.6 aerial duels per game – the third highest in the squad – and as their central defender with the most tackles per appearance at 1.6.
He is yet to show his true colours under Lage but his market value rise dictates that they have a player with enormous potential on their hands.
Fosun clearly played a blinder with this move three years ago.