Wolves are reportedly back in for West Ham United centre-back Craig Dawson.
According to talkSPORT’s Alex Crook, Wanderers are trying to sign the 33-year-old again, after failing in the summer.
Wolves were unsuccessful in the last window, because West Ham pulled the plug as they couldn’t sign a replacement.
They had wanted to get Jan Bednarek, but he instead joined Aston Villa.
Wolves are said to want Dawson again. But Crook says they’re also potentially looking at another player from West Ham.
He stopped short of saying who it is. But here are a few players from West Ham, in addition to Dawson, that Wolves might be looking at.
Soucek has not been in good form this season for West Ham. He has come in for a fair amount of criticism from fans.
There was some speculation about his future in the summer, and his stock has fallen quite considerably following his first season or two with the club.
It might just be time for a change of scenery for the Czech Republic international.
Wolves don’t really have a player like him. They did, but Leander Dendoncker left the club last summer to join Aston Villa.
Soucek has previously shown his capabilities in going from box to box, and provides steel in the engine room.
He might be someone Wolves are looking at, especially with Boubacar Traore currently sidelined.
Last month, it was reported that Wolves were going to look at signing a new goalkeeper in January.
Jose Sa is firmly established as the number one at Molineux. Matija Sarkic is currently his deputy, but club officials would apparently like to bring in a more experienced number two.
It’s not the priority for Wolves this month. But it’s something the club are open to doing.
Bringing in someone as competition and cover for Sa would then allow Sarkic to head out on loan again. That is something he perhaps needs.
Randolph is behind Lukasz Fabianski and Alphonse Areola in the pecking order, and might fancy becoming a number two at Molineux.
There is already an Irish contingent at the club with Nathan Collins, Joe Hodge and Connor Rona, and Randolph may like to be a part of that.
Maybe Wolves have an eye on Michail Antonio.
The club recently brought in Matheus Cunha, but he is not an out-and-out striker.
Therefore, it is not out of the question Julen Lopetegui could yet move for a more natural centre-forward.
Antonio has solely played as a striker now for at least a couple of years.
There has been some speculation about Raul Jimenez recently. If the Mexican goes then he will definitely need replacing.
£85,000-a-week star Antonio could be someone Molineux officials are looking at. Especially because West Ham are being strongly linked with Youssef En-Nesyri at the moment.
If the Irons landed him, Antonio would be third in the pecking order behind him and Gianluca Scamacca.