Wolves currently have six players over the age of 30 with five of them playing at least 12 games in the Premier League this season, which could explain why they have been linked with McNeil and Brownhill.
In the centre of midfield they possess two of the best passers in the league with Ruben Neves and Joao Moutinho, however, the latter is 35-years-old this year so a younger replacement such as Brownhill could add some energy into the side.
Speaking on what type of players Wolves should be targeting and how they need to get the right balance in the squad, Bull told FFC:
“I‘ve mentioned Dwight McNeil and Josh Brownhill already and they’re players that are enthusiastic and would fit into our side.
“They fit in with our age bracket as well, because our average is 25-years-old and I always say you need a squad half full of experienced players to help the youngsters out.
“I think whoever the club decide to bring in will grasp the chance with both hands and do a very good job for us.”
In the past Wolves have pulled off some great coups in the transfer market, for example when they signed Ruben Neves in the Championship as well as Diogo Jota for £12 million.