Despite being small in stature, Bournemouth winger Ryan Fraser is standing above most in the Premier League this season when it comes to being a threat in the attacking third.
The 24-year-old has nine assists to his name this season, only Chelsea's Eden Hazard has more than the flying winger, who has caught the attention of a number of clubs in England's top-tier.
Wolves should join the Premier League duo and try to beat them to his signature because he would be a valuable addition to Nuno Espirito Santo's attacking line.
The Scotland international can play across the front three, mainly on the left-hand side, but his directness and ability to beat players would suit Wolves' forward-thinking style.
Added with that, he is already playing for an attack-minded manager, so he will be aware of what it takes to play in a creative team.
Despite producing a number of quality performances this season, Nuno's side have still lacked a cutting edge when it has come to the final third.
Speedster Adama Traore, technician Helder Costa, the workhorse Diogo Jota and the direct Ivan Cavalerio have all provided four assists between themselves for Wolves this season on either wing.
It could be argued that Fraser would be an upgrade on all four players if Nuno's side were to add him to their ranks either this month or in the summer.