Wolves have signed Blackburn striker Jemal Johnson on a two-year deal for an undisclosed fee.
Johnson was a former Man Utd trainee but joined Rovers in 2004
The 21-year-old made 11 appearances, 10 off the bench, for Rovers and impressed Wolves boss Mick McCarthy during a friendly against Northampton on Monday.
"He did very well for us, he's a good young player and I'm delighted to have him in," McCarthy said.
Johnson, born in the USA, had loans at Preston and Darlington while on the books at Blackburn.