Kenny Jackett has told Wolverhampton Wanderers’ official site that he is still undecided over Rajiv van la Parra’s future at Molineux.
The Daily Mail suggested that Huddersfield Town were set to agree a deal for the winger yesterday, but Jackett has refuted these claims.
The former Millwall boss says that although Huddersfield have made an approach to sign the wide-man, he has not decided where the Dutchman’s future lies.
“We have had an approach from Huddersfield, but nothing’s been set up or decided yet," he said.
“We’ll see what happens this week, he’s not a player that I’ve used in the last couple of games but we’ll make a decision this week as to what the future is for Rajiv.”
Van La Parra has already been out on loan from Wolves once this season, when he joined Brighton & Hove Albion.
After that temporary spell away, the 24-year-old actually had a resurgence at Molineux, but he undid all his hard work on the pitch with a post on social media.
Van La Parra boasted about his wages on Instagram, and he was then booed by Wolves supporters in his last outing against Brentford.
Van La Parra has not been used since, and his future at the Midlands club looks bleak.
The Mail suggests that if Van La Parra does join Huddersfield, they will have an option to buy him on a permanent deal for £750,000 at the end of the season.