Wolves chief Jez Moxey says they'll be focusing on quality signings this summer if they stay up.
"It is a big if (staying up) but we are feeling confident about our position," Moxey told the Birmingham Mail.
"If we were fortunate to stay in the Premier League this time round, then we would not be looking to bring in so many players but try and raise the quality and bring in a lesser number. That would be the plan if we are able to stay in the Premier League.
"Whilst you have to invest in your team- and we did - we knew that some of the players that we bought may not work, and we knew some would. Some have and some haven't," Moxey argued. "We knew that some of the existing players would really step up. Some haven't been able to do it as well as we would have liked. It is disappointing that Sylvan Ebanks-Blake has only scored one goal, we were expecting perhaps double figures or close with eight or nine goals. That hasn't happened and unfortunately he got an injury early on."