Jimenez, 27, has been on fire for Wolves this season since joining the Midlands club on a loan-to-buy deal. He has scored 11 goals and laid on six assists for his teammates in 29 league and cup appearances.
The 69-time Mexico international is strong and able to hold the ball up, more than capable of beating a defender in the air but somewhat surprisingly also boasts a degree of pace and is more than willing to run the channels.
Jimenez told Birmingham Live that before signing on the dotted line at Molineux, he opted to reject a move to the Chinese Super League where his wages are likely to have been a lot higher than his current pay packet.
“I’m in a good moment. I had the belief and confidence that this was going to go well. Regarding the offer from China, it was a lot of money, but I knew it wasn’t the right moment," Jimenez said.
"Everyone has different reasons for making these choices, to return or stay in Europe. I simply had faith that I could make a name for myself in Europe. I think that it’s working, I’m doing well without giving up.”
Wolves fans are obviously keen to see Jimenez sign a permanent deal at Molineux this summer, as he continues to spearhead the Wolves' attack with aplomb.
However, the report claims that after already paying £2.6million to Benfica as a loan fee, Wolves will have to splash out a whopping £33.3 million to land him permanently.