Wolves' home-grown full-backs Iorfa and Hause attracting interest from the Premier League

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HITC Sport understands that the talented duo are being closely monitored by a number of teams in the top-flight.

Wolverhampton Wanderers face a battle to hang on to their England Under-21 defensive starlets Dominic Iorfa and Kortney Hause, with a number of Premier League clubs keen on the duo, HITC Sport understands.

The 20-year-olds are becoming firm fixtures under Kenny Jackett, and the club have already moved to tie them both down to new deals.

But their progress is not going unnoticed, with a host of Premier League clubs keeping a close eye on the two prospects.

Left-footer Hause arrived from Wycombe Wanderers in January 2014 and did not make his Wolves debut until the following December – but he has since made huge strides under Jackett.

Initially being used at full-back, Hause’s future is seen at centre-half and the same is likely for Iorfa – who, like his team-mate, has been given his breakthrough at full-back.

Iorfa - the son of former Nigeria international and ex-Queens Park Rangers forward, also named Dominic - arrived at Wolves from Southend United’s youth system and was given his debut in the same month as Hause.

Now the pair have progressed to the England Under-21 ranks together.

It is understood that Tottenham Hotspur, West Ham United and Southampton have been paying very close attention to the talented duo in recent months.

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