January was a quiet one for Wolves.
Chiquinho, the club’s second addition, has had a bit of first-team involvement.
He made his debut during the FA Cup defeat to Norwich City. And then he got on for half an hour or so in the 1-0 defeat to Arsenal at the start of February.
But there were no ‘significant’ additions for Wolves, which left some people feeling frustrated.
Quite a few people had hoped to see the arrival of a creative midfielder.
One man who became quite strongly linked right at the end of the window was Aaron Ramsey.
The Wales international was well out of favour at Juventus, and it was decided quite early on that he would be departing.
But his departure didn’t go through until the very last minute, and it was Scottish champions Rangers who landed him.
Wolves were said to be ‘close’ to signing Ramsey at one stage (TEAMtalk).
But it was Rangers who wrapped up a deal. Wolves were ultimately happy to proceed with the same options they started the season with.
Wolves’ decision not to push harder for Ramsey appears to have already been vindicated, with the player’s Ibrox career having got off to a slow start.
Aaron Ramsey injury struggles for Rangers suggest Wolves haven’t missed out
So far, Ramsey has made four appearances for Rangers. But he’s only been on the pitch for a total of 94 minutes.
He has been sidelined for the past three matches for the Gers. And he will not be involved in their game tonight against St. Johnstone.
He likely won’t be out for too much longer, with Gio van Bronckhorst saying he is currently doing individual training.
But it sounds as though he is again being hampered by fitness problems.
Wolves have had enough of those this season.
There was always going to be risk attached to Ramsey for whichever club signed him. And it looks as though Wolves were right to ultimately steer clear of the player.