Wolverhampton Wanderers should take advantage of West Bromwich Albion’s demise and make a summer move for Oliver Burke, if the pair do trade leagues.
Alan Pardew’s men have been cut adrift, and currently have a seven point gap to make up to safety.
While Albion’s relegation is not yet mathematically confirmed, only a great escape will see them survive.
And Wolves should be looking to take advantage of their local rival’s struggles, and be plotting a move for Burke in the summer.
Burke may not have been a great success at West Brom, but at 20-years-old, he remains an exciting talent.
He could also fit in well with Wolves’ squad, which has a number of talented youngsters involved.
And Wolves should have a keen eye on West Brom’s relegation battle, as Burke should be one of the first names in their wishlist, if Pardew’s side do fail to survive.