Wolves new signing Adlene Guedioura has vowed to make an impact in the Premier League after completing his move from RSC Charlerois and earn a permanent move.
The French midfielder has initially moved to Molineux on loan with a view to making a permanent switch in the summer.
Guedioura has linked up with his Belgian club-mate Geoffrey Mujangi Bia who joined Wolves before the weekend and made his debut as a substitute in the FA Cup clash with Crystal Palace.
Mick McCarthy's latest acquisition said: "This is a good opportunity for me and I want to prove that Wolves have made the right decision in signing me.
"Since I came over at the weekend, everyone has been really good to me and, now I have signed, I want to repay everyone on the pitch.
"It's a really good challenge. Coming up against the big teams will be difficult but I would like to think I can play well against them. I've watched the Premier League on television so many times, right from when I was young to now.
"It's been a dream of mine to play here and now hopefully the dream will come true. I hope I can show the club and the supporters that I can play here and make an impact.
"My style is to try and get about the pitch and be competitive. I also like to play football when I can as well.''
Guedioura is relishing linking up again with Mujangi ahead of tonight's clash with Liverpool at Molineux.
He said: "It's the first time I've played in England and so it's good for me to have Geoffrey here who I know from Charleroi.
"We got on well there and it's good that we have both moved to the same club. Hopefully we will both show it is a good move and help Wolves win some matches.''
Guedioura added: "For the moment I am here for six months. But I hope I can show the manager and the club that I am good enough to stay for longer and get the permanent deal.
"I feel really good at the moment and fit and ready. I am ready to play whenever I am asked but obviously it is up to the manager to decide when that is.''