Wolves midfielder Karl Henry believes the signings of Eggert Jonsson and Emmanuel Frimpong will only benefit the club.
Frimpong has moved on loan from Arsenal, while Jonsson has arrived at Molineux on a permanent deal from Hearts.
Henry partnered Frimpong in midfield in Bank Holiday Monday's defeat by Chelsea and thinks the added options will be positive for Wolves.
He told the club's official website: "There has always been competition for places here, but, until they (Frimpong and Eggert) came in, maybe we had five or six attacking midfielders and only myself as a defensive midfielder.
"We all want competition for places deep down, because we know it's good for the club and keeps everyone on their toes and also in case of injuries.
"I've got to the stage where I'm happy here. I want to stay in this league and I'll continue to do what I do to the best of my ability.
"Sometimes I'll have a stinker, but hopefully, more often than not, I'll do OK."