The 27-year-old has not played for the Championship side for almost two months.
Kenny Jackett has admitted that a decision is yet to be made regarding whether Wolves will look to sell Kevin McDonald in the summer, despite the midfielder not featuring for the Championship side in almost two months, the Express and Star reports.
The 27-year-old is reportedly being pursued by Scottish Championship side Rangers, with the Express and Star suggesting that Ibrox could be his most likely destination, but Jackett has insisted that nothing has been decided regarding whether McDonald will still be at Molineux next season.
"That hasn't been decided yet," he told the Express and Star when asked whether the midfielder would be moving on in the summer.
"We'll certainly need to see the big picture of the squad and the finances.
"We're quite unbalanced at the moment.
"He's fully fit, I've just decided to go with other players in central midfield and having a look at different partnerships."
While the former Sheffield United man has been a key player for most of his three seasons with Wolves, the likes of George Saville and Jack Price have enjoyed promising runs in the team, thus making it difficult for Jackett to justify dropping either to bring McDonald back into the fold.
Though he has struggled to make the kind of impact that would have forced the manager to keep him in the team, McDonald has still scored three league goals and contributed two assists for the side this season, so could be a useful addition for Mark Warburton's squad - should a move take place - as they prepare for their first campaign back in the top flight.