Deeney will play his second game for Wolves reserves against Blackburn, and it'll be a massive game him, as he looks to make amends for his blunder in his first game, a 2-1 defeat against West Brom.
And Dearden hopes if that was the case, then he would be able to use the money to add to his squad.
"Nothing is decided with Saul yet, he has only gone there on the two-game rule," Dearden told the Evening Post. "He is not even on loan with them.
"We are in a position where we have three keepers on the books, which makes it difficult to give them all a game.
"So it was a good move for us. It allowed him to get some football under his belt.
"If Saul were to move on I would like to think that there would be money available for a new player."