This may be unfair, and infact impossible to prove, but I do feel moments like this, with Sako "apparently" prepared to stay the rest of the season, should really be maximised. We are within touching difference of the playoffs, and we now need to be ruthless and ambitious in the remaining couple of days of this transfer market IMO. Its a great opportunity in what is a poor divission. I do feel that Jeremy Peace recognises moments of opportunity. He sacked Irvine ruthlessly, clearly with Pulis tapped up. He obviously paid Lescott over the odds to come to Albion. He moves quickly to address mediocrity. I just feel that this 'consolidation' thing is at this point not a good target. At the start of the season yes, but you need to be flexible and re-adjust constantly. We know without Sako that offensively we are pretty poor. I think it would create a real boost to the club, players and fans to get at least one more quality player in. ALthough we seem to have struggled with bringing players in the last few windows we know this can be done. I think the slowness of activity on the Wolves front is more a reflection of Wolves than anything else. Not asking necessarily for millions to be spent, but we do need to bring in a quality energetic box to box or attacking midfielder. Our central midfield at present pass well but have no ability to stretch defences. We know that. Come on Wolves, show some ambition. These next two days could really affect and shape our future over the next 3-4 seasons. We need to be progressive!! It is that sort of foresight that is required to be a successful club, not a safety first mentality.