Jamie O'Hara was today unveiled as Wolves' first summer signing having penned a five-year deal for a £5million transfer fee.
The 24-year-old, who returned from a holiday in Portugal last night, has signed the longest contract to a new Wolves signing in modern times and became the club's most expensive midfielder.
O'Hara will officially become a Wolves player on July 1 after his loan spell from Tottenham, which saw him score three goals in 14 games, expires on June 30.
And manager Mick McCarthy insists O'Hara, who follows Wayne Hennessey and Matt Jarvis to sign for five years, will improve the squad.
McCarthy said: "Jamie is a quality player – a Premier League player – and just the sort we need to bring in to strengthen the squad ahead of another season in the division.
"With a full pre-season behind him he has the potential to get even better next season."
O'Hara will officially become a Wolves player on July 1 after his loan spell, which saw him score three goals in 14 games, expires on June 30.