Like last summer’s transfer window, Wolves did not sign a player on transfer deadline day in January.
Wanderers had another quiet window, with the three players coming into the club earlier in the month.
They were Hayao Kawabe, Chiquinho and Jung Sang-bin, with the former and the latter both now at Grasshoppers on loan.
While it was perhaps to be expected, some fans are still feeling disappointed today.
It remains to be seen if failing to strengthen will sting Wolves as Bruno Lage attempts to bring European football back to Molineux.
No players came in yesterday but in the end, quite a few left. In case you missed it, here’s every outgoing Wolves sanctioned yesterday:
The 6 outgoings at Wolves on transfer deadline day
Ryan Giles to Blackburn Rovers (loan)
Wing-back Giles returned to Wolves earlier this month from Cardiff City, but is now back in the Championship with second-placed Blackburn Rovers.
He will hope to get back playing regularly again, and add to the nine assists he got for the Bluebirds.
Bruno Jordao to Grasshoppers (loan)
Midfielder Jordao has joined Grasshoppers on loan until the end of the season.
The 23-year-old recently admitted to needing minutes, and said that he was open to a loan move. Wolves have sent him to Switzerland, and the hope is that he can build some momentum following his serious knee injury.
Louie Moulden to Ebbsfleet United (loan)
Goalkeeper Louie Moulden has joined Ebbsfleet United who are in the sixth tier of English football.
With John Ruddy’s contract up at Molineux in the summer, it’s a chance for him to perhaps stake a claim to be the number two to Jose Sa next season.
Andreas Sondergaard to Hereford (loan)
Perhaps Sondergaard will also have his eye on becoming the new number two at Molineux.
He has linked up with Hereford, who play in the National League North.
Erik Bugarin to Elche CF (permanent)
Little-known youngster Erik Bugarin left Wolves to return to his homeland and join La Liga side Elche yesterday.
The attacker joined Wolves as a first-year scholar in the summer of 2019 having progressed through Celta Vigo’s academy.
Oskar Buur (contract terminated)
Wolves announced yesterday that young defender Oskar Buur has left the club after terminating his contract by mutual consent.
He made six senior appearances for the club, and his best moment came against Hull City when he headed in a late equaliser to earn a crucial point for Wolves, who would go on to win the Championship title.