When the summer transfer window opens, Wolves will need to sign some attackers.
Without the injured Raul Jimenez, their strikers have been pretty non-existent in front of goal, scoring just four times between them all season.
With that in mind, it feels unlikely that Nuno Santo and Jeff Shi will utilise their option to buy the Real Sociedad forward in the summer.
One alternative could be Sheffield United’s Oliver McBurnie. Wolves are looking to take advantage of their relegation by prising the striker away from Yorkshire in a few months time.
The Sun claim a fee of £15m could be enough to tempt the Blades into selling.
However, with only seven goals in 65 outings for Sheffield United, he hardly looks like he’d be a wise investment.
Instead, Wolves could save themselves a bucket load of cash by unleashing Rafa Mir next season.
If that sentence had been used at the start of the campaign you’d have been laughed at. Though, such is the Spaniard’s impressive season on loan at Huesca that he deserves another chance at Molineux.
Mir’s time in English football has been nothing short of a disaster so far. He’s not scored for Wolves and didn’t beat the goalkeeper during a temporary stay at Nottingham Forest either.
That being said, he is beginning to flourish in Spain and is now among the top scorers in La Liga.
The 23-year-old is enjoying the best spell of his career so far and has 15 goals in all competitions this term, 12 of which have come in the Spanish top-flight. That puts him seventh in the rankings ahead of the £107.6m Antoine Griezmann and the £113m Joao Felix.
Mir is very quickly defying the doubters and his good form, along with the high ceiling he still possesses, should lead to a second chance at Wolves.
He has evolved from a young striker lacking confidence and maturity to a forward with the world at his feet.
He’s even earned comparisons to one of the most bullish forwards around; “He’s a little bit like Diego Costa,” Spanish football write Richard Dunne told The Athletic.
“He’s aggressive, he likes running the channels, he holds off defenders, he’s athletic and strong.”
Dunne continued: “He’s not exactly technically gifted but he has an unorthodox running style that works for him, he can keep the ball, he’s got a powerful strike, he’s quick and he’s good in the air.”
Having become a regular goal scorer in one of the most reputable leagues in world football, Nuno should consider bringing him into the first-team group next season.
He has scored more goals than McBurnie this term and he’d prevent Fosun from shelling out needlessly on £15m.