Wolves are among a host of Championship clubs said to be interested in Cambridge forward Jevani Brown.
Brown, 23, had a trial down the road at Birmingham City in the summer before eventually signing for the U’s in League Two.
Wolves aren’t alone in being linked with Brown, though; fellow Championship sides Derby County, Sheffield Wednesday, Sheffield United, Middlesbrough and Barnsley.
So is he any good?
Brown has been in the English professional game for four years now, and has largely struggled for goals.
He has just four in 21 for Cambridge United.
However, the former Jamaican U17 international has scored 19 times in as many matches for non-league St Neots Town in the previous campaign.
He never scored for the Jamaican youth side, despite playing five matches.
Wolves, meanwhile, have turned down a bid from an unnamed Championship club for young defender Cameron John, reports the Daily Mail.
The teenage centre-half has caught the eye playing in Wolves’ U23s this season.
He arrived in 2015 from Southend United.
Interest too is being shown in winger Ben Marshall, whose first-team opportunities appear slim going forward.
Marshall arrived last January to sign for Paul Lambert, but he’s been low down in the pecking order under Nuno.
Fulham are one name that have been linked with a move for Marshall this month.
Further readingThe Xia dispute
Wolves fans hit back at Aston Villa owner Tony Xia on social media after he seemed to imply that the league-leaders have an unfair advantage in the transfer market.
Xia was referring to the influence of super-agent Jorge Mendes and his relationship with the Wolves owners. Fosun, during his latest Twitter outburst.
Super agent Mendes acts as an adviser to the club's owners Fosun and has been instrumental in transfer dealings over the last 18 months which has seen the likes of Ruben Neves, Helder Costa and Diogo Jota arrive at Molineux.
That recruitment has paid dividends with Wolves currently 12 points clear at the top of the Championship.
Former Coventry City ace James Maddison has emerged as a transfer target for Wolverhampton Wanderers.
The 21-year-old has starred for the Canaries this season and recently won an England U21 call-up.
Maddison has six goals and five assists this season and has attracted top-flight interest in recent weeks, too,