And the chances are the runaway Championship leaders will have liked what they saw of the 21-year-old during Wednesday's meeting of the two teams at Molineux.
Maddison - who has scored 10 goals from midfield this season - recorded his ninth assist of the season as Norwich fought back from two goals down a earn a point.
And several Wolves fans have made no secret of their desire to capture the Coventry City product this summer, as some of those of a Norwich persuasion resign themselves to his departure.
Here's what they're saying about Maddison's performance on Twitter...
Not seen it mentioned yet, but how good was Maddison for Norwich last night? Could definitely add something to our side #wwfc— Ben Woodall (@woodall85) 22 February 2018
As expected, Maddison was outstanding tonight and the best player on the pitch by a country mile. Would love us to sign him in the summer but the Premiership interest in him will be immense. 16 Premiership scouts at the game tonight watching him. A real, real talent. #wwfc #nfc— Liam Page (@bhampsychliam) 21 February 2018
Couple of positives :— Phil Owen (@flowin74) 21 February 2018
Gibbs-white , more than an able deputy for neves.
A refreshed neves coming back for the run in.
Go get Madison in the summer.
Keep the faith....no real harm done.#wwfc
Maddison leaving is a guarantee in the summer and I've already prepared myself for it. But, man, I'm sad that Angus will be going too— Nick (@nick_ncfc) 21 February 2018
Sadly it'll have to be without Maddison, but Daniel Farke is creating something special for his second season #ncfc— Stewart Lewis (@StewartLewis2) 21 February 2018
Please give us one more season, next season could be special @Madders10 .— jamie everson (@everson_jamie) 21 February 2018
Back to square one though when gunn, Maddison and leitner leave. No more than 10% of Pritchard and Maddison money will be reinvested.— Clark Robertson (@cr_______) 21 February 2018
Fab result. Let’s hope next season we push on. We will probably lose Maddison. Be good if we could keep Tettey and for Man City to sell us back Angus Gunn— Katherine Thorogood (@KathCanary) 21 February 2018
Wolves registered a two-goal lead inside 25 minutes against Norwich, with a Jamal Lewis own goal and an Alfred N'Diaye header leaving Daniel Farke's side with work to do.
And while Christoph Zimmerman delivered an instant response from Maddison's free kick, it took the visitors until the final seconds of second half stoppage time to draw level through Nelson Oliveira's speculative drive.