Wolves are reportedly tracking Norwich City striker Nelson Oliveira according to The Sun newspaper today
The Portuguese international is the Canaries top scorer in the Championship with seven goals this season despite starting just 13 games.
Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo is not letting up on his relentless push for promotion and is keen to add to his squad, despite a ten point cushion at the top of the Championship.
The 26-year-old forward is regarded as an enigma in the second tier of English football, hugely talented but perhaps not utilised in the right way by Canaries boss Daniel Farke.
Jorge Mendes is agent of Norwich striker who has close ties with Wolves owner Guo Guanchang and chairman of Fosun group
Norwich rejected a £10million summer deadline-day bid from Swansea for the former Benfica hitman.
The West Midlands side want new additions but will have an eye on players who can make an impact in the Premier League next season, and Oliveira fits the bill at a club where he would join up with former team mates Ryan Bennett and John Ruddy who were released by Norwich in the summer