Midlands journalist Luke Hatfield insists that Divock Origi has been a target for Wolves for a few transfer windows amid new links with the Liverpool striker.
Reports have claimed that the striker is available for a fee of £20m in this transfer window as the Reds look to trim their squad.
Wolves have been linked with an interest but Hatfield holds doubts over whether the Belgium international will end up at Molineux, given the sheer weight of links over the past few years.
Origi has somewhat struggled for minutes throughout his spell at Liverpool and he made just nine appearances in the Premier League last term.
Origi did not score in those games and it seems almost inevitable that he will be on his way out of the club before next week’s transfer deadline.
Hatfield has not ruled out the prospect of him moving to Wolves, but he does not see it being more likely than in previous transfer windows.
He said: “He came close to joining, I think it was a couple of years ago, when Wolves really showed some serious interest in him.
“It’s not to say that they’re not still interested in a move for him, it’s one that could happen, but in the same respects, after a couple of windows when you’ve been linked and it didn’t happen then, what makes it more likely to happen now? I suppose that’s the question.”