Wolves manager Mick McCarthy says the club may dip into the January transfer window if needed.
Wolves are currently just outside the relegation zone in the Premier League and have picked up 19 points from 20 games so far.
McCarthy insists his side will be much stronger once Michael Kightly, Dave Edwards and Andy Keogh return from injury but admits he will keep one eye on possibilities outside the club.
"It depends what's available," he told the club's official website.
"Generally January is a time for people who are in desperate need of money who try and sell players or desperately in need of trying to bring people in.
"Prices and wages tend to be hiked up so we'll see what's available.
"I don't know what business the other teams are going to do that we are competing against.
"We're halfway through the season and just out of the bottom three. Can we do it again over the second half of the season?
"If we get Kightly back, Edwards back, Keogh back, we'll have a chance and we've also found a midfield player in Michael Mancienne.
"We're always looking but just have to see whether we can do anything."
Wolves, who went down 3-0 at home to Manchester City on Monday, have a break from the Premier League as they prepare to face Tranmere in the FA Cup on Sunday.