Former England fly-half Andy Goode is set to become the third Worcester player to sign for London Wasps.
The 32-year-old is expected to confirm this week that he will follow Warriors team-mates Matt Mullan and Joe Carlisle to Adams Park.
Speculation has emerged that Goode will not be offered a new contract by Worcester, who he joined from Brive three seasons ago.
Goode has been Worcester's marquee player this season, but head coach Richard Hill reveal last week that he expects tighthead prop Euan Murray to take over that role next season.
The retirement of Wasps legend Stephen Jones at the end of the season has apparently prompted Goode to join the Londoners, although he will face competition from Carlisle for the No 10 shirt.
Goode joined Worcester shortly after their relegation to the Championship, but he played a pivotal role in the Warriors' promotion back to the top flight at the first time of asking.