Wolves have been linked with a move for Hull City winger Keane Lewis-Potter ahead of the upcoming summer window.
According to a recent report from 90min, the Old Gold are one of the Premier League clubs interested in signing the 21-year-old this summer.
In those appearances, the Englishman has scored 30 goals and delivered 12 assists along the way, highlighting the clear attacking talent he has.
His latest season with the Championship club saw the youngster find the net 12 times and deliver four assists in 45 league appearances whilst playing across numerous positions.
To further highlight his attacking prowess, the winger ended the campaign with the highest average of shots per game (2.5) and the third-highest average for key passes per game (1.1) in Hull’s ranks.
In terms of a potential move to Molineux, the Hull star could be a better attacking option for Bruno Lage than current Wolves winger Daniel Podence.
With 26 Premier League appearances under his belt this season, the 26-year-old only scored two goals and delivered three assists.
In comparison to Lewis-Potter, the Portuguese attacker ended his season with a lower rate of shots per 90 minutes as well as a lower rate of goals per shot.
This shows just how much of a constant attacking threat the youngster is and why he’d be a great signing for Wolves given how they finished their recent campaign with fewer shot-creating actions than the likes of Watford, Brentford and Crystal Palace.
Moving forward, with the Old Gold in clear need of adding some new attacking players to their side, securing a deal for the Hull prodigy could be a good way to start.
However, with the likes of Brentford, Brighton, Bournemouth and Southampton also reportedly vying for his signature, the Midlands club may have to work fast to get him through the door at Molineux.