Wolves chief Jez Moxey says they're not frightened to spend big again this summer.
Moxey says they will continue to strike the right balance between ambition and stability, as the battle to secure Wolves in the top flight continues next season.
He told the Express & Star: "The conclusions are an endorsement of what we have been striving to do since we set off on this course.
"I cannot say for certain, but I would be very surprised if we did not stay up last season with our wage bill at least in the bottom three of the Premier League.
"We know what we're doing and how we want to do it. But, of course, we have to be careful we get the balance right and don't 'undercook' it.
"Would we break the transfer record again if we felt it right? Well, we haven't been shy about doing it before have we?
"For many years we were accused of over paying players and under-achieving on the pitch. Now we would rather stick to our policy of chasing value for money in the market and over-achieving on the pitch.
"We're not losing players because we're not paying enough money. We're comfortable in our own skin and will continue to operate in that way.
"We wish more clubs would follow suit instead of spending money they don't have."