Wolverhampton Wanderers boss Kenny Jackett has claimed that there have been no discussions with Sheffield Wednesday regarding a potential deal for Jeremy Helan, but did admit that he has been pleased with what he has seen from the Frenchman, the Express and Star reports.
The 23-year-old is on loan at Molineux from the play-off contenders, but with limited appearances for the Owls this term and a contract that is about to head into its final year (via Express and Star), it appears that a permanent move to Wolves could well be done in the near future.
Jackett has somewhat dampened talk of an extended deal by insisting that the two clubs are yet to talk about the player's future, but has also hinted that he is a big fan of the wide-man.
"It depends on our overall situation," he told the Express and Star.
"There haven't been any discussions with Sheffield Wednesday but I have been pleased with what he’s done."
The versatile wing-back has made an impressive start for a Wolves side that has been blighted by injuries for much of the campaign.
He has made five appearances for Jackett's men, and helped the club avoid defeat in all but one of those games which is especially impressive given that four of those encounters have come against sides that are in the race for promotion to the top flight.