Marlon Harewood has vowed to do all he can to help Wolves in their quest for promotion to the top flight.
The Villa striker agreed to join the Molineux outfit for the remaining six games of the Championship season after meeting manager Mick McCarthy on Monday.
The former West Ham United star, who joined Villa in the summer of 2007 in a £4million move but has seen his appearances in claret and blue restricted from the bench, said: "I'm delighted to have the chance to come to Wolves.
"The club have had a great season so far and are in a great position heading into the final games of the season.
"I'll be doing everything I can to try and help them over the finishing line. It's good to get the chance to play some football again and I'm really looking forward to it."
"We're bringing in a Premier League striker," said McCarthy. "Goals haven't been a problem for us this season - our strikers have done very well and I have told them they haven't done anything wrong. But when there is a chance to bring in added competition in the form of a striker with a proven goalscoring pedigree then you have to take that opportunity."