Dean Saunders is looking to the loan market to bolster his Wolves squad for the relegation run-in having suffered a triple injury blow last weekend.
First-choice goalkeeper Carl Ikeme could well miss the remainder of the season after breaking his hand punching a dressing room tactics board at half-time in Saturday's 2-1 win over Bristol City, having earlier conceded a bizarre own goal.
To make matters worse, Saunders had already lost star winger Bakary Sako (hamstring) and midfielder Dave Edwards (metatarsal) against the Robins, both of whom are now facing at least six weeks on the sidelines.
Dorus De Vries will stand in for Ikeme, while Aaron McCarey has been recalled from his loan spell at Walsall as back up, but Saunders is keen to bring in further players for the remaining eight games of the campaign as Wolves aim to secure their Championship status.
"We're looking to do something, especially with the three injuries," the Welshman told the club's official website.
"I might have to look at the goalkeeping situation as well."
The Bees will leave their home of 106 years at the end of the campaign for the Hive, and celebrated their last game under the lights with a 2-0 win over Fleetwood.
But while the former Holland international will always have a soft spot for the stadium, he is adamant the club's decision to move is the right one.
"I think that Underhill is a special place, especially when you come here for the first time," he told the Barnet Times.
"They have the hill which is uncommon and I think that the charm of that aspect will live long in our memories.
"Sometimes it is time to move on. We have a great opportunity and we have to take it.
"If that means we can develop quickly then as a football club you need to take it with both hands.
"That is why it is very important to stay up. Not only because of the new stadium but also because of the ambitions we have, the academy we have and philosophy that is behind the new plan.
"Going into a lower league would delay that but I am confident even if that did happen we would overcome it."