Bristol City have won the chase to sign Wolves striker Sam Vokes on a loan deal until the New Year.
Vokes had been linked with City's Championship rivals Crystal Palace, but has plumped for a move to Ashton Gate.
The Wales international, who joined Wolves from Bournemouth two years ago, had a temporary spell at Leeds last season and Robins boss Steve Coppell is happy with the deal.
"Sam's been a player that has been a thorn in the side of my old team Reading over the years," Coppell told the club's official website.
"He's always looked a handful and that's a good criteria. There are a number of forwards at Wolves and maybe opportunities there are limited.
"I speak with Mick (McCarthy) quite regularly and hopefully this deal will be of benefit to both clubs."
Wolves boss Mick McCarthy added: "Sam contributed to our success in getting promoted to the Premier League.
"Then, because of that success, we signed other players making it more difficult for him to get a spot in the starting line-up.
"Good players need more games and I'm hoping that Sam will get some regular football at Bristol because he is more than capable of playing in the Championship.
"The only way that he will improve is by playing week in, week out and at the moment I can't guarantee that for him here."