Wolves chief Nuno Espirito Santo has vowed to bring in more reinforcements before the transfer window closes next month.
The Portuguese has had a busy summer so far, securing the services of no less than five players.
Espirito Santo has brought in Fabio Silva, Ki-Jana Hoever, Marcal, Matija Sarkic and Vitinha for a combined fee of £46.6million.
Wolves have, however, recently parted company with Portugal international Diogo Jota – who joined Liverpool last weekend for an initial fee of £40million.
Jota’s departure has raised concerns amongst the Molineux faithful, many of whom want to see 23-year-old adequately replaced.
Espirito Santo is well aware of fans’ desire for more new arrivals and insists the club will do their utmost to further bolster the squad before the transfer window closes on October 5.
“It is important that we strengthen and that we balance the squad,” the Portuguese told Sky Sports on Monday night his side’s 3-1 defeat to Manchester City.
It’s understood Wolves are on the verge of signing Portugual right-back Nelson Semedo from Barcelona after agreeing a £30million deal for the 26-year-old.
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Espirito Santo refused to be drawn on the club’s pursuit of the full-back, saying: “Regarding the players that are not signed, I am sorry, I cannot say too much things. These things are totally clear.”
When pressed further on his desire to sign more players, the 46-year-old said: “Definitely yes.
“We must balance the squad. We saw today we had problems.
“We had a solution, but we need more solutions that always make us competitive in the game.”
Wolves will be back in action on Sunday evening, travelling to the London Stadium to take on struggling West Ham United.