Relegated Huddersfield Town star Aaron Mooy could still have a path back to the Premier League with Wolves and top-flight aspirant Leeds United emerging as suitors.
The Socceroo midfielder has impressed for the Terriers in his two Premier League seasons at the club - scoring seven goals and getting four assists in England's top competition.
There have been previous rumours of interest from West Ham and Newcastle United, but according to FTBL, Wolves and Leeds are keen to bring the 28-year-old to their club for next season.
It's likely Leeds would only emerge as an option if they manage promotion through the English Championship playoffs, while Wolves would be keen to sign Mooy as a squad player to backup the likes of Ruben Neves and Joao Moutinho.
Already promoted Championship clubs Norwich and Sheffield United will also likely consider Mooy as a cut-price quality midfielder to help establish their positions in the Premier League.
Mooy's Huddersfield have had a dire season in the top-flight, winning only three matches and collecting only 14 points to date.
The Terriers will finish their campaign with a home match against Manchester United before travelling to Southamption as their last Premier League hurrah.