It has been another day of upheaval at Molineux, in the boardroom and among the playing staff, writes Ian Clarkson.
Kevin Threlfall and John Gough have joined Jez Moxey on the board after chairman Rick Hayward and fellow director Paul Manduca stepped down.
While both Threlfall and Gough are lifelong Wolves supporters and wealthy men, their arrival is not likely to have any impact on Mick McCarthy's spending power. Sir Jack Hayward is still the majority shareholder of the club and the main benefactor so their appointment will, ostensibly, ensure there is another voice on the board alongside Moxey.
Meanwhile, McCarthy's rebuilding process continues apace as he added two more players to his revamped squad.
Jamie Clapham has agreed terms on a two-year-deal pending a successful medical after his release from Birmingham City in the summer and 20-year-old Craig Davies is expected to join on a season-long loan deal from Verona.
Davies, a full Wales international, racked up nearly 50 appearances for Oxford United before moving to Italy last January and will provide competition for places upfront.