Wolves centre-back Max Kilman has reportedly impressed many Premier League clubs, including Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur.
The defender has been an ever-present for Wanderers in the league this season.
Kilman started the campaign in shaky form under Bruno Lage and also struggled a little under Steve Davis.
Arguably, this was down to trying to adapt to a new system and also losing experienced players like Conor Coady and Romain Saiss, whom he spent so much time playing with last season.
Kilman has been much improved though since Julen Lopetegui came in.
He has also been much better since the arrival of Craig Dawson.
Kilman is now somewhere near the levels he was showing last season.
And it seems his recent performances have caught the attention of a number of Premier League clubs, according to CBS journalist Ben Jacobs.
He said (via Give Me Sport): “With Kilman, Liverpool have looked at him, Spurs have looked at him. I don’t think Wolves want to lose Kilman, but it might be the right time for him to make a move.
“A series of Premier League clubs on the centre-back’s trail are very impressed by him.”
Wolves must set huge asking price for Max Kilman this summer, amid Premier League interest from Liverpool and others
It is no surprise to read that Kilman is on the radars of several Premier League clubs.
He is a quality defender, and still has room to develop.
He did lose his way a little earlier this season but he is now showing signs of being the player he was last season when he was outstanding in most games he played.
Wolves should not be looking to offload Kilman this summer.
Every player has a price though, and Wolves need to ensure that theirs for Kilman is very high.
He’s under contract at Molineux until 2026, meaning the club is in a very strong position. They don’t need to sell, so it’s up to other clubs to break the bank.