Marc-Antoine Fortune is attracting interest from Fulham and Wolves, according to his agent.
The 27-year-old striker spent the second half of the 2008/09 campaign on loan at West Brom, and caught the eye in a struggling side.
He netted five goals in 17 starts for Tony Mowbray's men following his arrival from Nancy and is said to be keen on staying in England.
The Baggies are known to be interested in taking him to The Hawthorns on a permanent basis, but they will struggle to compete against Premier League opposition.
With newly-promoted Wolves and European-bound Fulham now believed to be in the hunt, it appears likely that Fortune will be plying his trade in the top flight next term.
"To my mind, he is going to sign with either Wolverhampton or Fulham, even though surprises can always happen," said agent Michael Manuello in the Express and Star.
"Wolves and Fulham have expressed their interest in Marco's services. But I can't tell you when a deal will be done.
"For sure, he wants to stay in the Premier League and he has proved that he has the talent to impose himself in this competition.
"It's easier to know how things will happen in France, whereas it's slightly more complicated in England."