Wolves have completed the signing of highly-rated teenage striker Fabio Silva in a club-record £35 million ($47m) agreement with Porto.
The 18-year-old becomes the latest Portuguese star to join the ranks at Molineux.
The deal to take him to England sees the ambitious Premier League outfit set a new benchmark with the most expensive signing in the club’s history.
Mexico international Raul Jimenez was previously the club’s biggest buy, having been acquired for £30m ($40m) from Benfica, but another talented frontman has now raised that bar.
Big things are expected of Silva, who broke the record for youngest player and goalscorer at Porto that new Wolves team-mate Ruben Neves once held.
He made his senior bow at the age of 17 and netted his maiden goal in a meeting with SC Coimbroes in October 2019.
Wolves have now invested heavily in his obvious potential and are delighted to have secured the services of a player with his best days ahead of him.