Wolverhampton Wanderers striker Rafa Mir has commented on his future, amid continued transfer speculation.
The 24-year-old is currently on Olympics duty with Spain.
Mir made headlines last week when he scored a hat-trick against Ivory Coast to send the nation to the semi-finals.
Spain will now take on host nation Japan tomorrow, and Mir will no doubt be hoping to get amongst the goals again.
Mir performing on this stage is good news for Wolves.
The player only has a year left on his contract, and it seems the club are willing to sell.
Mir has actually now commented on his future, hinting an exit is very much possible.
He told AS: “It’s a good question… (laughs). Things are happening, I have asked not to know much until the Olympic Games are over.
“We will see how they progress; I have one more year at Wolverhampton and calmly we will decide what is best for me.”
Wolves may need to wait for sale
Clearly Mir is very much focused on the Olympics right now.
Whatever happens, Mir will be staying in Tokyo until Friday at least, which is when the bronze medal match will be taking place. The gold medal match is on Saturday.
Hopefully things are being put into place right now.
Time is of the essence for Wolves, who need a couple more new faces before the new season gets underway.
Mir is an asset following his great form on loan at Huesca, and could fetch a decent sum for the club, which can then be reinvested.