Kenny Jackett comments on future of in-demand Wolverhampton Wanderers duo

Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Kenny Jackett

West Ham United and Crystal Palace have been linked with moves for Wolves' Dominic Iorfa, with the Eagles and Everton said to be keen on his Molineux teammate Kortney Hause.

Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Kenny JackettWolverhampton Wanderers manager Kenny Jackett

According to reports, Wolverhampton Wanderers defender Dominic Iorfa and Kortney Hause are a duo in demand this summer.

Crystal Palace are said to be keen on both players (Express & Star), with West Ham United said to be keen on Iorfa and Everton on Hause.

The youngsters impressed for England's Under-21s at the 2016 Toulon tournament, which was won by Gareth Southgate's team.

England u21 manager Gareth Southgate during the press conferenceGareth Southgate's young Lions were triumphant in Toulon

However, despite this, Wolves are yet to receive a single bid for either player, according to Molineux boss Kenny Jackett.

"We haven’t had any bids," said the 54-year-old, as quoted by the Express & Star.

"We want to work hard to improve our team if we can."

Joey O'Brien's exit has left West Ham in need of right-back reinforcements this window, with Iorfa fitting the bill.

Wolverhampton Wanderers' Dominic Iorfa and Nottingham Forest's Daniel Pinillos in actionDominic Iorfa in action for Wolves

The 21-year-old, who is 6 ft 4 ins tall, is equally adept at centre-back, however - a position from which Palace have shed three players since the end of last season.

Despite being a competent left-back, 20-year-old Hause has spent far more time in the heart of defence, though, and may be Palace's preferred option to fill the latter role.

Burnley's Sam Vokes and Wolverhampton Wanderers' Kortney Hause in actionFormer West Ham youth player Kortney Hause in action for Wolves

Everton, meanwhile, have Phil Jagielka, John Stones and Ramiro Funes Mori already on their books.

However, the latter duo continue to be linked with moves away from Goodison Park, while the Toffees have a track record of signing young Football League talents.

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