Just a day after securing their NSW Premier League status, South Coast officials have already turned their focus to finalising a WIN Stadium deal, as part of the vision for a future A-League club.
The Mercury understands the club is close to signing off on an agreement to play at the region's premier sporting ground and headquarters of NRL club St George Illawarra in 2014.
A move to the seaside venue could provide the perfect tonic to revitalise the Wolves, who have struggled to find a home since leaving Brandon Park.
In addition, the dream switch would strengthen the South Coast's application to meet Football NSW's stringent criteria to compete in the top grade.
"WIN Stadium would be fantastic," coach Richard Lloyd said.
"I went down there and watched the Young Socceroos under 20s game against New Zealand and it is like carpet.
"You wouldn't have to worry about how hard the surface is and the bounces.
"It is just a truly good pitch."
While Wolves still have to meet Football NSW criteria to qualify for 2014, their ability to finish above Central Coast Academy on the club championship, as well as the West Dapto "home of football" development and using WIN Stadium as a base would provide an undeniable claim.
A Wolves deal is part of a concerted push from Football South Coast to use WIN Stadium more regularly.
June's friendly between the Young Socceroos and Junior All Whites, the Illawarra Premier League's showpiece September finals weekend and next month's pre-season friendly featuring Sydney FC and Newcastle Jets are all examples of how football and WIN can work harmoniously.
The stadium would provide Wolves with the premier playing surface in the NSW Premier League and would be a key element in any future A-League bid.
"The boys would love to play on WIN Stadium, so hopefully something can be worked out and we can play on one of the best grounds in the country," Wolves skipper Jacob Timpano said.
"Hopefully, we can keep building on it for next year and get more sponsors on board and get more supporters."
The move to WIN is just one element in assisting the Wolves to regather their status in Australian football.
And while the club knows the rise won't happen overnight, coach Lloyd hopes he can be a part of the rebuilding process, by gaining a contract extension.
In his first season at the helm of the Wolves, Lloyd was made to toil under difficult conditions but it didn't deter him from wanting to give the top grade another crack.
"If I am given the opportunity again I would love to take it on," Lloyd said.
"I'd love to think that all my efforts this year through the adversity will count for something.
"The board seem pretty positive with the way it has all ended ... so, stranger things have happened."