Michael Kightly is on the verge of moving to the Premier League, according to the boss of his former club Grays Athletic.
Kightly, 22, left Grays for Wolves in late 2006 and he has gone on to emerge as one of the most highly-rated players outside the top-flight.
Grays still have a vested interest in Kightly, as they will benefit from a sell-on clause should he leave Molineux.
Owner-manager Mick Woodward has claimed Blackburn, Everton and West Ham have all made bids for the England Under-21 ace.
On the move
"I think you'll see Michael Kightly move very shortly," Woodward told The Non-League Paper.
"I know Everton, West Ham and Blackburn have come in for him and a club has put a £4 million bid in already.
"People will see who they can get rid of first. West Ham are going to have a good clear-out because they've got too many 'Big-Time Charlies' and they want players who are hungry.
"Kightly fits that bill perfectly."