Wolves chief Jez Moxey says they'll be patient in this summer's transfer market.
He insists all squad strengthening will be driven by the need to try and improve on last season's performance and indeed avoid the quest for survival going right to the wire!
"We're hoping to make further improvements this summer which we believe will enable us to avoid the problems we faced in that last match," he told the club's website.
"That was too close for comfort and we don't want a repeat of that again. So the challenge is to make the team better, to change things positively and I think we will achieve that.
"Obviously, we have the fact that our experience within the squad is growing all the time.
"This will be their third season now and, without ever under-estimating the Premier League, we would hope that their experience should make it a little easier for them.
"Everything will be open to consideration. Players will come and go - that's part of football. But it's not simple. It's all about keeping to your principles and seeing what you can do.
"And we might have a slightly different view this summer in that we will be more relaxed about insisting getting our business completed as early as possible. We will be more open-minded and may find ourselves signing players later than we normally would because we think that will be in our best interests.
"It is not about abandoning what we believe is right; it's about responding to the market that's out there."