Wolves substitute Carl Cort's hat-trick helped his side beat Dundee 4-0 to secure a third-place finish in the City of Discovery Cup.
Cort scored a 28-minute hat-trick against Dundee
Cort smashed home his first goal on 57 minutes and headed home a second before Rob Edwards tapped in to make it 3-0.
Dundee could not respond and Cort completed the rout on 85 minutes.
Play was held up for eight minutes after Wolves keeper Paul Jones suffered a suspected fractured cheekbone in a collision with Dundee's Tom McManus.
McManus chased a ball down but was beaten to it by Jones, and when he tried to hurdle the keeper he made contact with his knee.
Dundee boss Jim Duffy said: "Tom wasn't to blame because he was entitled to go for the ball and slipped, there was no way he could pull back."
"It was disappointing to lose goals the way we did but I thought we competed well for 75 minutes."