Wolves chief executive Jex Moxey is in discussion with Queens Park Rangers to free up more tickets to home supporters.
Rangers travel to Molineux on Saturday for what could be a glorious day for Wolverhampton Wanderers. One more victory would see the hosts back to the Premier League and demand for tickets has been sizeable.
Already the home allocation has sold out but home supporters have lingered around the box office in the hope that more tickets are freed up – and this could become a reality after Moxey opened talks with Queens Park Rangers.
Moxey is hoping that over 2,000 extra home seats can be negotiated with the R`s to take the attendance from a 25,000 sell out to a 27,000 sell-out.
Rangers fans would then be relocated from the Steve Bull stand to the Jack Harris stand, reducing the allocation significantly to accommodate home support.