Wolverhampton Wanderers are ready to do business in the January transfer window as Paul Lambert starts to reshuffle the pack and add his own personal stamp on the Wolves squad.

Ben Marshall has been identified as a potential target and they have recently seen a £1m bid for the winger turned down by Blackburn Rovers.

Paul Lambert previously worked with Marshall when the Wolves boss was managing Blackburn so he knows what he’s about.

Marshall’s contract runs out next summer and Blackburn have tried to tempt him with a new deal but the 25-year-old has turned it down.

And recent reports have suggested that Blackburn won’t sell him for any less than £2m.

But, in my opinion, Wolves need to get this deal over the line before anyone else comes in for Marshall.

They should pay the £2m and land their man as the first January signing at the club.

Here are 3 reasons why.