Wolves boss Mick McCarthy has handed trials to defender Danny Senda and striker Jemal Johnson this week.
Senda (pictured) comes to Molineux in search of a new club after leaving League Two club Wycombe Wanderers at the end of the last season.
The 25-year-old had interested Championship rivals Luton Town and Scottish Premier League side Hibernian, but McCarthy will hand him the chance to earn a contract with the Black Country outfit.
Blackburn Rovers hit-man Johnson will also have a run-out with Wolves, having spent last season on loan with Preston North End and Darlington.
The 21-year-old is available for a permanent transfer or loan move, and it remains to be seen if the American-born goalscorer will sign on at Molineux this term.