Queens Park Rangers defender Rob Dickie has told of his desire to play in the Premier League, amid transfer links to Wolverhampton Wanderers.
The English centre-back’s fine form at the start of 2021/22 has alerted Wolves and Burnley according to the Mirror.
Dickie has already scored three goals this season.
His good start follows a fine debut campaign at Loftus Road that culminated in him winning both the Supporters’ Player of the Year award and Players’ Player.
The 25-year-old has actually spoken about his future amid the speculation about a possible move.
He said on the Not The Top 20 podcast: “I’ve always been really ambitious.
“You speak to anyone that’s close to me.. I’ve always had ambitions of playing at the top level.
“I’ve grown up watching Championship football and Premier League football.
“To have played in the Championship I’m proud of, now to make that next step to the Premier League, which I believe I can do, I’m ambitious, I want to play in the Premier League.
“It would mean the world to me to go there.
“Right now I’m a QPR player and I’m enjoying my time with QPR. We’ll see what the future holds.”
Dickie could be an option for Wolves
Perhaps these comments from Dickie should have Wolves on alert.
Fans would probably like to hope a more high-profile defender will be coming into the club in the next couple of weeks.
But maybe Dickie can be an alternative option.
Clearly, he is keen to make the step up.
He seems to have a fantastic mentality and self-belief, and Wolves could absolutely do with someone who is dominant in the air like he is.