Wolves handed a reserve start to former Bristol City goalkeeper Adriano Basso for Tuesday's derby clash with West Brom.
The 35-year-old shot-stopper, who departed from Ashton Gate in March last year, is currently a free agent and looking for a club.
Wolves gave Basso the opportunity to impress manager Mick McCarthy on Tuesday night, with the Brazilian pulling off some good saves as a strong reserve team lost 2-0 at New Bucks Head.
The game also featured run-outs for Wolves returnees David Edwards, Steven Mouyokolo, Jody Craddock and Sam Vokes.
Basso was powerless to prevent Craddock heading into his own goal after Roman Bednar had made it 1-0 from the penalty spot.