Republic of Ireland right-back Doherty left Wolves to join Tottenham last summer, but his time in north London has been difficult to say the least.
He started six of Spurs’ opening eight Premier League games ahead of Serge Aurier, who looked set to leave after his arrival, but ended up staying and has established himself as the club’s first-choice right-back ahead of Doherty, rated at £16.2m by Transfermarkt.
The-28-year-old won his place back earlier this month, but a wretched afternoon in the north London derby led to him being dropped from the squad for Tottenham’s win at Aston Villa.
And reports have circulated in recent weeks that Wolves would be open to re-signing Doherty this summer, regardless of whether current right-back Nelson Semedo leaves.
Doherty was regarded as one of the Premier League’s most feared full-back’s prior to his Spurs move, and Bull has urged his former side to bring the defender back to Molineux.
He told Football FanCast:
“I don’t get why you sell someone who you think is a great asset to a club that might hardly use him. He’s been a bit injured, but he’s a talented player.
“If Wolves did go back for him, I would chop your arm off tomorrow.”