Peter Bosz is reportedly unlikely at this stage to get the Wolves job.
That is according to French publication Le10 Sport, who say that his profile is ‘not unanimous internally’ at the club.
Presumably, that means that some officials would like him to replace Bruno Lage, but there are others who have their reservations.
The outlet states that it is true that Wolves have held discussions with the former Lyon and Borussia Dortmund head coach.
It is also claimed that Wolves are looking at other options at the moment, so the chances of Bosz, 58, becoming the next manager are ‘low’.
The pressure on the club to make an appointment has increased following last night’s 2-1 defeat to Crystal Palace.
Wolves slipped up against Patrick Vieira’s side, after taking the lead at Selhurst Park.
Adama Traore scored, but the Eagles hit back through Ebere Eze and then took the lead through Wilfried Zaha.
Wolves need to make a decision on next manager very soon
While it’s good that Wolves are taking all the steps to ensure the right appointment is made, the club really now need to get a move on in bringing someone in.
Steve Davis and James Collins have done a decent job, but it is clear after last night that the team need a permanent head coach.
The players are somewhat in limbo at the moment.
They need direction, and they need motivation.
If it is going to be Peter Bosz, then officials must quickly decide who it will be, appoint him, and have him in place for the start of next week at the latest.