Report: Wolverhampton Wanderers and Blackburn Rovers among Championship quartet eyeing Wrexham centre-back Curtis Tilt

Molineux - general view

As well as Wolves and Blackburn, Wigan Athletic and Preston North End are also said to be keen on the player.

General View of The Racecourse GroundGeneral View of Wrexham's Racecourse Ground

Wolverhampton Wanderers, Blackburn Rovers, Wigan Athletic and Preston North End are weighing up moves for Wrexham centre-back Curtis Tilt, Teamtalk reports.

Tilt only arrived at the Racecourse Ground from Telford in the summer, at which point he already had admirers in the Football League, according to the Daily Post.

But the 25-year-old has further enhanced his reputation since moving to Wales, after failing to miss a single minute of National League football since the middle of August and putting in a number of man-of-the-match displays.

Tilt is the second non-league player to be linked with a move to Wolves this week, after Eastleigh midfielder Luke Coulson (the League Paper).

And a move to Molineux, which is situated 20 miles east of Tilt's previous club, would most likely appeal to the left-sided defender, who is said to be on the verge of a call-up to Jamaica's national team.

Molineux - general viewA general view of Wolves' Molineux ground

That said, Wolves boss Walter Zenga is currently well-stocked at centre-half, having added Richard Stearman to a list of options already comprising Danny Batth, Kortney Hause and Mike Williamson.

Norwich's Cameron Jerome in action with Wolves' Danny BatthWolves' Batth attempts a block

And neither Blackburn, Wigan nor Preston are currently short on numbers in Tilt's position, making an official approach seem unlikely at this stage.

Everton's Aaron Lennon in action with Sunderland's Wes BrownWes Brown (left) is a new signing at Blackburn

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