Wolves have completed the signing of Charlton striker Jay Bothroyd on a three-year contract.
Bothroyd hopes to find his feet at Molineux
The 24-year-old has joined Mick McCarthy's side on a free transfer after Addicks' boss Iain Dowie decided to let him leave The Valley.
Bothroyd spent just one season with the Premiership side and made 25 appearances, scoring five goals.
He started his career at Arsenal before enjoying spells with Coventry, Italian side Perugia and Blackburn.
Bothroyd told Wolves' website: "Having signed a three-year deal it gives me security, and I don't want to be part of a squad anymore. I want to be first choice and lead the line.
"I have moved around a few times in my career but I feel the best in me is yet to come."