Wolves manager Stale Solbakken expects the Molineux club to be busy in the transfer market in the coming days after watching his side defeat Barnsley 3-1.
Stephen Ward's eighth-minute opener put Wolves on track and second-half strikes from Sylvan Ebanks-Blake and David Edwards secured their first home success since December.
Barnsley gave themselves hope of sparking a late rally when Thomas Cywka struck in the 79th minute but it proved to be no more than a consolation.
Having got that elusive win, Solbakken admits that events are now likely to be dominated by whether their two main assets, Steven Fletcher and Matt Jarvis will be sold.
Fletcher remains a target for Sunderland although Solbakken denied that Black Cats striker Connor Wickham is being lined up to move to Wolves as part of a deal.
"I think it will be busy times for us. If we lose Fletcher, Jarvis or both we have a tough job to do," Solbakken said.
"We will have to rebuild the team in a way and that will probably take a little more time.
"I am not expecting anything. At the moment anything can happen every day with players in and players out. Every player has a valuation and someone will make that final decision.
"I have had my say and I think we have agreed on what the valuation is. We have to make the decision that is right for Wolverhampton.
"But I want the transfer window closed now. That would suit me."
On the victory, he added: "I think the feeling in the dressing room was that the players can wake up tomorrow and count three points. It is a long time since they have done that.
"Psychologically it was an important but we also played some good stuff for long parts of the game and I think it was entertaining.
"I think the only thing that disturbed me was that we let in a stupid goal at the end.
"We must learn to control the pace of the game a little bit better. We need to make better decisions in some periods of the game.
"But the most important thing was the win. When you have not won at home in 2012 it is all about one thing and that is getting three points."
Barnsley had kicked-off the season with a 1-0 win against Middlesbrough but never seriously looked like opening their league campaign with back-to-back wins for the first time since 1996.
Manager Keith Hill felt that Wolves' decisive second goal may have been offside and he admitted that was a game-changing moment.
"I have spoken with the referee and it was a match-deciding decision. So I hope he has got it right from his point of view," he said.
"But it does look as though he was offside. From our point of view it is disappointing as we knew that the storm was coming.
"We gave the opposition what they wanted - a goal start - and that settled their nerves.
"We defended quite well and then we started asking questions. We should have been a bit more clinical with our final pass in the offensive third.
"But I wasn't too disappointed. The disappointment was conceding the second goal and that was the changer.
"But we didn't give up and I am really proud of the players and we got a very good consolation goal.
"It would be nice if we could be a little bit closer with the quality of calibre of players and that is what we are trying to do by producing our own players."