Wolves are reportedly showing interest in Hull City’s Keane Lewis-Potter.

According to 90min, the club are in the mix to sign the exciting forward this summer along with a few other clubs.

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Lewis-Potter hit 12 goals in the Championship last season, and he cleaned up at the Tigers’ end-of-season awards ceremony, winning Players’ Player of the Season, Supporters’ Player and Hull’s Player of the Year.

Lewis-Potter made his debut for Hull back in November 2019.

2020/21 was a great season for the youngster, as he scored 13 goals to help Hull gain promotion to the Championship.

And last term, he obviously continued his fine form.

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Now, several sides are chasing him. As well as Wolves, there is interest from West Ham United, Brentford, Brighton, Bournemouth and Southampton.

It is thought that Wolves are looking to head into the 2022/23 season with a younger squad (The Athletic).

It remains to be seen if Wanderers can beat off the competition to sign one of the best prospects in the Championship.

Exciting Lewis-Potter could be a coup for Wolves

Wolves could have a real talent on their hands if they complete a deal for Lewis-Potter this summer.

The starlet has enjoyed a fantastic rise since making his debut for Hull.

His return of 30 goals and 12 assists in 121 appearances for the Tigers is very respectable for a player his age.

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Wolves seemingly won’t be signing Francisco Trincao permanently this summer. And it is also looking like Adama Traore will depart since he won’t sign a new deal.

So potentially, there might be room in the first-team for Lewis-Potter.

But the competition is strong – West Ham are said to be ‘firmly in the mix’, so Wolves may have to fight hard.

Indeed, Hull’s vice-chairman Tan Kesler recently said that Lewis-Potter already has offers from three Premier League clubs.