Wolves have completed the signing of former Birmingham City defender Jamie Clapham.
The 30-year-old joins Mick McCarthy's side after completing a medical with the Championship club, having signed a two-year contract at Molineux.
The former Tottenham Hotspur and Ipswich Town player had been training with the Black Country outfit following his release from Blues at the end of last season, having had a brief run-out with Premiership new boys Sheffield United this pre-season.
He is set to be followed by midfielder Karl Henry after Wolves agreed a compensation fee valued at £175,000 with Championship rivals Stoke City.
Despite the 23-year-old being out of contract at The Britannia Stadium, Wolves were obligated to pay The Potters for Henry, as he is under 24 years of age.
Stoke will also receive a 15 percent sell-on fee, should Wolves decide to off-load the player in the future.
Henry is due to pen a three-year contract with his new club.
Meanwhile, Wolves defender Keith Lowe has completed his one-month loan deal to join Brighton & Hove Albion.