Wolves have confirmed they will hold talks with free agent James McFadden after he impressed the club's management while on trial.
The Scotland international is on the lookout for a new club after leaving Birmingham City over the summer after his deal expired.
McFadden finished the season on the sidelines due to injury and Wolves were keen to see the 28-year-old in action before discussing terms.
Manager Mick McCarthy has seen enough to retain the forward and now says they will be speaking with the player's agent, however, he does not expect to be the only interested party.
"We will have a discussion with his agent," McCarthy told the Wolverhampton Express and Star.
"I am sure there is other interest - there's never been a player yet where there's only been one club in for him.
"But nothing is happening as yet. He's training fine and we will just see what happens."
McCarthy is keen to add to his attacking options with Sylvan Ebanks-Blake currently recovering from medial ligament damage.
He said: "Sylvan is still injured. I haven't an idea when he will be fit.
"Hopefully it will be as soon as possible, but he's not training with the squad yet at all."