Wolves boss Mick McCarthy insists that striker Kevin Doyle is worth every penny of the club record £6.5million that he paid.
Doyle bagged his third goal of the season on Saturday as Wolves clinched a 1-1 draw at Everton.
And McCarthy says he has no regrets about laying out such a big fee to Reading in the summer.
"Doyle has been a 'signature' signing of the summer, our big signing and he has proved to be worth every single penny of the money we paid," he said.
"He is a terrific player and has started to score goals. There will be more, I am delighted with him."
Doyle admits he is happy with how things are going for him since his move.
"I'm pleased with my start at Wolves. But I missed a lot of pre-season due to an operation and then missed the first few games of the campaign," he said.
"But I'm fit and beginning to play okay. Wolves spent a lot of money on me and now I am able to start repaying them for that.
"It is good to be feeling sharp and getting goals. We have done better against the bigger teams and a point at Everton - who finished fifth last season - underlines how we are improving."