Nouha Dicko ended the season in fine form at Wolves and is already plotting another promotion bid, according to his agent.
The 21-year-old forward completed a permanent switch to Molineux in January, having previously impressed during a loan spell towards the end of the 2012/13 campaign.
The Frenchman settled quickly back in familiar surroundings, plundering 18 goals as Wolves surged to the Sky Bet League One title.
His efforts included a hat-trick in a thrilling 6-4 victory over Rotherham United and braces against Bristol City and Walsall.
A prolific strike rate over the second-half of the season has not gone unnoticed, with Dicko earning rave reviews for the manner in which he has gone about fulfilling his obvious potential.
There is, however, no chance of him looking to take his talent elsewhere, with guiding Wolves back to the Premier League currently top of his list of priorities.
Dicko's representative Christian Emile told Sky Sports of a man who has signed by Wigan Athletic in 2011 but was forced to seek regular game time in loan spells at Blackpool, Wolves and Rotherham: "Nouha had an incredible season scoring 18 goals in 24 matches which is the best goals to games ratio in League One.
"I am convinced that if he had a full season he would have finished as the League's top scorer, and by some margin.
"People are now talking about him as a revelation of the season, but the quality he has shown should come as no surprise really.
"He has been scoring goals in the Championship since he arrived in England three years ago as an 18-year-old.
"Nouha is feeling very well at Wolves, it is a massive club with fantastic support. They belong in the Premier League and Nouha is already looking forward to playing an important role in achieving another straight promotion next season."