Wolves are said to be interested in signing Rob Dickie of Queens Park Rangers.
The Mirror have claimed Bruno Lage’s side and Burnley are checking on the 25-year-old, who has made an impressive goalscoring start to 2021/22.
The star has scored in all three of the games he’s played for QPR so far this term – with two coming in the Championship and one in the EFL Cup.
Dickie is said to be catching the eye of Premier League scouts, as the summer transfer window draws to a close.
The Mirror don’t provide any kind of figure in terms of an asking price for Dickie.
One would suspect the London club would want to make a decent profit on a player that cost them a reported £1.8 million (West London Sport).
At the time of his signing, manager Mark Warburton said of Dickie (QPR official): “He is a very talented young player, and is more than ready to step up.
“He is a talented ball player and is aware of how we like to play.
“He makes good decisions and has good physicality about him as well, which you have to have in the Championship.”
Dickie would be a good signing
Some Wolves fans would probably hope for a more household name.
But if that can’t be the case, then Dickie wouldn’t be a bad addition for Wolves.
In his first season at QPR, he ended up winning both the Supporters’ Player of the Year and the Players’ Player of the Year.
He’s clearly got something about him, and standing at 6ft 4in tall, would help Wolves to defend set-pieces.
He’d also provide an attacking threat at the other end, as demonstrated by his three goals already this season.