Wolves have officially confirmed the signing of Bakary Sako from St Etienne on a three-year deal.
The left-winger joins the Championship side for an undisclosed fee as a replacement for Matt Jarvis who left for West Ham last week.
As reported by Sky Sports , Wolves have been closing in on the 24-year-old for some time with the player attending Saturday's 1-1 draw against Derby at Molineux.
Sako becomes the seventh signing of the summer by new boss Stale Solbakken and the Norwegian believes his latest acquisition has a lot to offer the club.
"I am very pleased that we have completed the deal to sign Bakary," Solbakken told Wolves' official website.
"He can play on either side and also in behind the striker and has a great left foot which is something we are missing now in attack.
"He has great experience from playing in a top six or seven team in France over the last two seasons and hopefully he can be a match-winner for us."
Sako already knows fellow Wolves new boys Tongo Doumbia and Razak Boukari from their time together at French club Chateauroux and is looking forward to getting started at Molineux.
"I am really happy to have signed for Wolves," said the former France Under 21 international.
"It is important for me to be joining such an exciting project.
"I have always wanted to play in England because I believe that English football suits my style and I think Wolves is a very good club for me to join.
"I hope to make a lot of assists for Wolves for my team-mates and score some goals as well.
"It will help that I know some of the other players from France and I am sure that will help me settle in.
"I am looking forward to playing for the fans and hopefully I can make them happy."
It is unclear whether Sako will be available for Thursday's trip to Northampton in the Capital One Cup second round, live on Sky Sports 1 HD, as Wolves are awaiting international clearance.