Wolves target Ronald Zubar has told skysports.com that he is set to leave Marseille this summer.
The 23-year-old Guadeloupe-born stopper joined l'OM in 2006 from Caen with a huge reputation.
Zubar was heralded as one of the best young players in France when he moved to Stade Velodrome and a host of clubs from around the continent were chasing him.
However, he is now being linked with a move to England with Premier League new boys Wolves reported to be close to sealing a £2million deal.
Zubar admits his time at Marseille looks to be coming to an end, although he insisted he knows nothing about his proposed move to Wolves.
"I am available as I am not in the plans of the manager, apparently some fans don't like me here," he told skysports.com.
"However, I still have a contract but to play in the Premier League would be a dream come true.
"It is a top league with top strikers from all over the world playing in it.
"So let's wait, but on Wolves? I don't want to say anything because I don't know anything."
It is claimed in both France and England that Zubar will seal a move to Molineux in the next week.