Wolves have completed the permanent signings of loan stars Willy Boly and Benik Afobe following their promotion to the Premier League.
Boly, Afobe both helped Wolves to promotion
Centre-back Boly joined Wolves from Porto on a season-long temporary deal at the start of last season, establishing himself as a key man under Nuno Espirito Santo during the team's Championship title triumph.
And Afobe - previously a goalscoring star at Molineux - returned to the club from Bournemouth in January and netted six goals in just seven league starts.
Wolves have triggered options in the loan agreements of Willy Boly and Benik Afobe, which will see both make permanent moves to Molineux this summer.— Wolves (@Wolves) 1 June 2018
Pair follow Jota in making loan stays permanent
Both players have now penned "long-term" contracts with Wolves in the top flight, joining fellow loan star Diogo Jota - confirmed in January - in committing their futures to Nuno's side.