Wolves boss Stale Solbakken will spend the next two weeks trying to recruit loan players and a new coach.
The Molineux chief, who has now moved to a property in Wolverhampton, is to spend the international break wisely with Wolves depleted by injuries to three wingers and still without a replacement for assistant boss Terry Connor.
Slawomir Peszko is out for three months with torn medial knee ligaments, Razak Boukari four to five weeks with a torn calf and Stephen Hunt four months with a hernia problem.
Kevin Doyle missed today’s game at Blackburn with a thigh injury sustained in training yesterday.
Solbakken was due to meet an un-named German coach today, possibly with a view to the candidate being at Ewood Park to watch the game.
Solbakken said: “Maybe now we’re going into an international break, we can have time to see what we can do in the loan market and have some more concrete conversations with people (regarding a new coach).
“I can’t comment on other players at other clubs, but we have to see if there’s something we can do.
“With the games coming so thick and fast and gaps in the squad, we need to ensure we can always have a strong starting XI more or less playing in their normal positions, otherwise it will cost us too many points in the long run.
“We can always adapt for a short time. But hopefully some players will come in and do well.”
Asked if he was meeting a German coach today, Solbakken smiled and said: “There are so many rumours, but it’s a smart thing not to comment.
“We spoke to some people at the beginning and we’ve spoken to others since.
“That was important so they know how we work, but with games every third day, we’ve had to put it on hold a bit.
“Because of all the games we’ve had, it’s not as if I’ve had chance to speak to people every day and that’s why I’ve put it back a bit.”