Leeds United boss Simon Grayson is considering a bid to extend Leicester City winger Max Gradel's loan at Elland Road.
Gradel arrived at Leeds on the same day as Wolves striker Sam Vokes in time for the home win over Norwich on October 19 and is scheduled to return to the Walkers Stadium after the league clash at Swindon on November 14.
He has impressed in making four substitute appearances for the League One leaders and Grayson could look to keep the 21-year-old until the New Year.
Grayson said: "I'm pleased with both of them. Sam has come in, worked hard, and got his first goal at Bristol, and Max followed that on Saturday when he came on and made an impact against Yeovil.
"We're delighted that Wolves and Leicester have allowed both players to come.
"Sam is here until January, but Max only joined us for a month, so we'll see what situation arises there and maybe speak with Leicester."