It says much about the quiet way Mick McCarthy has gone about rebuilding the Wolves squad that the club now possesses not one or two newsworthy goalkeepers but three.
Not only is the prognosis on Matt Murray's wobbly knee improving by the day, the man who had been widely tipped to earn an England call up before encountering problems in the last fortnight yesterday claimed he will be ready in time for Wolves' next match.
McCarthy has also extended the loan deal of Jan Budtz which means the Dane will remain at Molineux until the end of April during which time he will either start, if Murray fails to recover, or back up the Silhillian.
And then there's Wayne Hennessey, the Wales Under-21 player, who has yet to appear for the club but who has already set a new Football League record for the number of consecutive clean sheets.
That came with League Two side Stockport County where the youngster went for nine games before he conceded a goal in professional football.
But the 20-year-old's loan spell is due to expire after next weekend's game with Barnet and he will return to the midlands to compete with his more experienced club mates for a place in the squad.
However, while the chances of him edging out Budtz are slim, the prospects of gaining selection ahead of Murray are non existent, so Wolves' goal-keeping coach Bobby Mimms has told him he will have to prove himself all over again.
"This spell at Stockport has really helped Wayne but he's got to show that he can carry on progressing and improving." Mimms said. "He's not going to come back to Molineux and find himself in the first team but, when he does return, we want to see him start to put pressure on the other keepers."
His chances of doing that will be better for the experience he has gained with Jim Gannon's side. "The goalkeeping department at Wolves is strong so Wayne hadn't had many opportunities at reserve level before he went to Edgeley Park," Mimms explained.
"But he was highly thought of by us, and by the Welsh set-up where he was playing at under 21 level when he was still 18.
"His distribution is good and his height means he is good at coming for crosses. He has a good temperament that means if he makes a mistake he can put it behind him.
"It's been a big bonus for him being able to go to Stockport and get this experience - and his record of clean sheets is tremendous. It's a remarkable statistic for a young player. Wayne is a level headed lad and we are pleased to see that he is heading in the right direction."