Skysports.com understands Wolves have made an enquiry about Liverpool defender Paul Konchesky.
Konchesky is widely expected to leave Liverpool this summer with the player not figuring in Kenny Dalglish's long-term plans.
The full-back joined Liverpool from Fulham last summer, but following Dalglish's appointment as replacement for Roy Hodgson, Konchesky was farmed out on loan to Nottingham Forest.
Wolves boss Mick McCarthy is a big admirer of Konchesky and saw a move for him on loan during the January transfer window fail to materialise due to regulations which meant the player could only move to another club on an emergency loan having played for Fulham and Liverpool last season.
McCarthy is keen to bolster his defensive options and he has rekindled his interest in Konchesky.
A number of other clubs are thought to be keeping tabs on Konchesky's situation with Liverpool thought to be ready to offload the left-back.
Meanwhile, Liverpool will have announced they will conclude their pre-season preparations with a friendly against Spanish side Valencia at Anfield on 6th August.