Dorus De Vries is poised to make his Premier League debut on Sunday and claims he is ready to ease Wolves' keeping concerns.
The Dutch shot-stopper arrived at Molineux on a free transfer last summer after opting to sever ties with Swansea.
He has endured a frustrating time in the Midlands, with just five cup outings taken in during the 2011/12 campaign.
De Vries is, however, in line to make his top-flight bow this weekend against title-chasing Manchester City.
Wolves have been forced to turn to their back-up keeper after seeing Wayne Hennessey sidelined for six months with a knee injury.
They have also recalled Carl Ikeme from a loan spell at Doncaster, but it is De Vries who will be offered a belated opportunity to shine against high-flying City.
He intends to make the most of his big break and help Wolves end a disappointing campaign - which could see them relegated this weekend - on a high.
De Vries said in The Sun: "We have four games left which might be an opportunity for me to show myself at Premier League level.
"I have been working and training hard and I'm looking forward to playing. This is what I have trained for all season."