Wolves defender Neill Collins is relieved to have sorted out his long-term future by penning a new four-year contract with Mick McCarthy's side.
The 24-year-old still had two years left on his previous Molineux deal, but was keen to commit his long-term future to the club.
The Scot told Wolves' official website: "Obviously I'm delighted. Wolves is a club going places, there's no question about that and hopefully I can play a real part in that.
"It's a good time to be at the club. We've got a good manager and, with the way he's shaping the team, we're not even close to our potential yet.
"We all want to be here when big things do happen and with all the strides the club have taken over the last two years, I'm sure we're not too far away from that."
The former Sunderland defender has made 69 appearances for Wolves since making his debut 18 months ago.