Wolves boss Mick McCarthy has confirmed he is ready to let striker Sam Vokes leave on loan.
The Welsh international almost joined Derby on transfer deadline day, but they called off a move when Rob Hulse's move to Middlesbrough failed to materialise.
Whilst Derby maintain an interest, the likes of Newcastle and Boro have also been linked with the 19-year-old.
"We'll see what happens when everyone gets back from the international duty," McCarthy told the club's website.
"Sam really needs to play some football.
"There was half a chance he could have gone out last week.
"For him to develop and for us to benefit he has to play regularly.
"Sam has had a meteoric rise from Bournemouth and for him to improve he's got to play some football so there's a chance he can go out."
McCarthy also hinted that the likes of Daniel Jones and Mark Little could also be loaned out.
"We are in a good reserve league this year with fixtures to be fulfilled," Mick added.
"But those games probably aren't of much use for players like Daniel Jones and Mark Little.
"They've had a taste of first team football and need to be playing it.
"We've not had any enquiries for any of them yet but we'll see."