Wolves have opened talks with Sparta Prague over striker Benjamin Tetteh.
The 6ft 4ins Ghanaian has been compared in style to Didier Drogba and has scored nine goals in 17 games this season.
Galatasaray have already launched a bid to sign the 21-year-old and offered £7million last week. However, Sparta are holding out for £11m and Wolves are considering making a bid.
Nuno Espirito Santo wants a striker to compete with Raul Jimenez and was disappointed to miss out on Chelsea's Tammy Abraham who has opted to stay on loan at Aston Villa.
Wolves had also considered Liverpool's Divock Origi but Jurgen Klopp wants the Belgian to see out the season.
Now Wolves have switched sights to Tetteh, who scored in front of scouts during a friendly against German side Energie Cottbus at the weekend.
Meanwhile, Wolves are also interested in Stoke City right back Mauritz Bauer.